Tomorrow, Saturday, Batman Day will be celebrated and Warner TV won’t miss the occasion
Batman Day is a celebration, almost a tradition, designed to honor and pay tribute to one of the most beloved heroes of all: Batman. For him, his stories, authors, legacies, villains and companions. In short, his entire mythology and of course this includes his cinematic versions.
Warner TV has planned a marathon of the successful trilogy to mark this celebration The Dark Knight Directed by Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale played the hero of Gotham. From 3:45 p.m., Warner TV is offering a marathon of the films Batman begins, The Dark Knight j The Dark Knight rises (3:45 p.m., 3:55 p.m. and 8:20 p.m. respectively). An unforgettable saga for many reasons, and one of them is undoubtedly the high-profile names involved, artists of the caliber of Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart and Marion Cotillard. And of course Heath Ledger with his unforgettable interpretation of the Joker.
Batman in the cinema
The Gotham detective has had a lot of adventures in the films. The first were the series with Lewis Wilson (1943) and Robert Lowery (1949), which had a relatively small budget and are now easy to find for the curious. Almost two decades later, he returned to the big screen with the Adam West and Burt Ward film, which was an expansion of the very popular 1966 series, with the same villains, style and color (the series was in color, but not all TVs, so for many it was truly the first time they were able to see the crusader and his partner beyond black and white.
And then another jump in time until we reach 1989 with Tim Burton and Michael Keaton’s Batman, where names and films begin to follow one another. The actors who supported him were Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck and Robert Pattison. Also Kevin Conroy there Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and Will Arnertt The Lego Movie j Batman: The LEGO Movie.