It’s not Keito, Michael Keaton.
The “Batman” star, 70, is gearing up to reprise his role as a caped crusader in the upcoming DC Comics movie “The Flash,” which superhero – played by Ezra Miller – overcame multiple time travels. It also includes different variations of Batman of any era.
Keaton teamed up with Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” on Tuesday and told the hosts – believe it or not – they still fit the same suit they wore in the 1989 episode 30 years later.
The actor said his physique was “as attractive as ever,” and that he was approximately “the same dimensions, the same fittings” when he wore a black dress in 1989, and then in 1992, “Batman Returns.”
Michael Keaton is returning as Batman in the movie ‘The Flash’
Ben Affleck is set to appear in the new “Flash”, as his version of Batman and Keaton said it was “great” to give the last fight to his suit.
“I don’t know how many are like 77 Batman,” he joked. “They think they should form their own union.”
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Meanwhile, the “Batman and Robin” actor, George Clooney, also made recent statements about his own 1997 role as Bruce Wayne. Variety He was banned from seeing his wife, Amal Clooney, because he believed the franchise was “destroyed” after his show.
“There are some films that I go, ‘I want my wife to have some respect for me,'” Clooney explained. She said she is concerned about the reaction of the couple’s twins, Alexander and Ella.
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“It’s bad when your 4-year-old kid goes. It sucks,” Clooney joked. “It was painful.”
“The Flash” will be released in theaters on November 4, 2022.