The Four Original ‘Batman’ Films Will Return To The Theaters In May. Here’s What’s Happening


The next time we see Batman making its way onto the silver screen, an all-new actor will get to sport the cape and cowl in Matt Reeves’ movie, The Batman. However, this character has a pretty memorable legacy of films, and now, we have a pretty good chance to see a few of the classic movies heading back to the theatres. Fathom Events had announced that four of the Batman films would be making a return to theatres for one day, and this list will take all the DC fans back to memory lane.

This is in celebration of Batman’s 80th anniversary, and it will allow all the DC fans to see the Joel Schumacher and Tim Burton takes on the character in theatres once again. The list of Batman films includes Burton’s Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Schumacher’s Batman Forever (1995) and Batman and Robin (1997).

Batman (1989) – Saturday, May 4 – 1 PM and 4 PM

Batman Returns (1992) – Monday, May 6 – 4 PM and 7 PM

Batman Forever (1995) – Saturday, May 12 – 1 PM and 4 PM

Batman and Robin (1997) – Tuesday, May 14 – 4 PM and 7 PM

For all the wrong reasons in Batman and Robin, George Clooney had credited the movie with being a huge influence on the actor’s career.

“It’s really easy to pick: Batman & Robin,” Clooney had said.

“That’s not a joke. Up until that moment, I was an actor only concerned with finding work. After the failure of that film creatively, I understood that I needed to take control of the films I made, not just the role. My next three films were Out of Sight, Three Kings, and O Brother, Where Art Thou?”


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