The Adam West Era Contrasted with Christian Bale's gravelly voice in The Dark Knight, Adam West's interpretation of Batman was substantially more amiable.

Batman โ€” our most loved caped vigilante โ€” first showed up on the big screen in 1966. From that point forward, numerous entertainers play taken on the part, some more revered than others.

West featured in the super famous Batman TV series during the 1960s, where a silly form of the legend and his companion Robin, played by Burt Ward, consistently won.

Batman: The Movie (1966) In the middle of between the TV show's first and second seasons, West procured the realistic treatment with a full length film.

Batman Returns (1992) Burton and Keaton returned for the continuation Batman Returns. Taking a much hazier turn, the film included more brutality and activity successions.

Batman โ€” our most loved caped vigilante โ€” first showed up on the big screen in 1966. From that point forward, numerous entertainers play taken on the part, some more revered than others.

Batman Forever (1995) Kilmer's Bruce Wayne was provocative and curbed, yet the entertainer said it was a disheartening encounter for him in general, due to the Batsuit.

The George Clooney Era Kilmer broadly expressed no to another Batman film. Thus, for the following cycle, the cape was passed to George Clooney, with Chris O'Donnell featuring as Robin.

With regards to Batman motion pictures, his story has been retold so often that occasions in a single series have practically nothing to do with occasions in another.