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But producer Jon Peters said he cast Keaton because “The image of Batman is a big male model type, but I wanted a guy who's a real person who happens to put on this weird armor. And in 1992’s When the Batman franchise was turned over to director Joel Schumacher, Keaton decided not to return. Schumacher became interested in Kilmer for 1995’s TV series, fact fans! Kilmer allegedly accepted the role without even reading the script or knowing who the new director was.Daniel Day-Lewis, Ralph Fiennes, William Baldwin and Johnny Depp were reportedly considered as replacements. Schumacher quickly learned who Kilmer was, though, and the two clashed on the set.Rumours after insisted that Mr Bale turned down a huge pay cheque to avoid reprising the role once more, a decision that remains a particularly tantalising 'what if? Between his turns as Bruce/Batman, Bale gained a reputation as being an interesting on-set presence thanks to his famous star Will Arnett brought some comedy magic to the role and landed his own spin-off movie as a result.It helped that movie came at the perfect time in Batman’s busy cinema schedule – long enough after that Arnett’s new iteration didn’t get lost in all the hype for Ben Affleck’s debut.The result of this perfect casting and canny scheduling was a Batman who will go down in the history books as the funniest, freshest and downright fun-est take on the character.
Either you love him for his goofy charm or hate him for blemishing the Bat’s image for several decades.His campy, over-the-top portrayal of Gotham’s Guardian infiltrated nearly every medium, including a 1966 movie and several animated series.Legend has it producer William Dozier cast West after seeing him play a James Bond-like spy called Captain Q in a Nestlé Quik TV ad. Dozier, who supposedly hated comic books, decided the only way the show would be successful was if they camped it up. Things would almost come full circle when, in 1970, West was offered the role of James Bond in series went off the air in 1968, West was resigned to typecast hell.Among the early candidates for the Batman/Bruce Wayne roles were Billy Crudup, Jake Gyllenhaal, Joshua Jackson and Cillian Murphy.But Nolan ultimately chose Christian Bale, explaining that “he has exactly the balance of darkness and light that we were looking for.” Bale got generally favourable reviews for 2005’s Not so brilliant, it seems, was his uber-husky Bat-voice.