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Michael Keaton Explains Why He Left Batman, and Why His Bruce Wayne Was ‘Right On’
Michael Keaton Explains Why He Left Batman, and Why His Bruce Wayne Was ‘Right On’
For a lot of young folks, Michael Keaton is their first introduction to a cinematic Batman, his version of the Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie still considered one of the most lauded and fun interpretations of Bruce Wayne to this day. But even the best actors need to know when to call it quits, and Keaton recently explained what drove him to say no to Batman 3.
Batman Will Go Steampunk in ‘Gotham by Gaslight,’ the Next DC Animated Movie
Batman Will Go Steampunk in ‘Gotham by Gaslight,’ the Next DC Animated Movie
While the unholy war between DC and Marvel movies continues unabated on the internet, fans of the former certainly seem to have a leg up when it comes to animated movies. DC Animation, the animated branch of their comic book empire, has confidently been churning out high-quality animated movies while the movie franchise is discussed ad naseum, leading some fans to suggest that DC Animation, not DC Films, is the true powerhouse of the comic book company’s film market. DC Animation is so prolific - and often so much fun - that we even tackled a comprehensive ranking of all the movies released through 2016. Spoiler alert: Batman: Year One is still the best.
Watch the Bat-Signal Light Up Los Angeles in Tribute to Adam West
Watch the Bat-Signal Light Up Los Angeles in Tribute to Adam West
In the most fitting tribute imaginable, the Bat-Signal lit up the skies of Los Angeles last night, in honor of the late Adam West, the first Batman of television, and one of the most beloved versions of the iconic Dark Knight (or the “Bright Knight,” as West liked to describe his more upbeat version of the character). West died of leukemia late last week; he was 88 years old.

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