The Making of ‘BATMAN & ROBIN’ | Behind The Scenes



Batman & Robin (1997)
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Film description: Batman and Robin try to keep their relationship together even as they must stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from freezing Gotham City.

Director: Joel Schumacher
Cast: George Clooney (Batman / Bruce Wayne), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Mr. Freeze / Dr. Victor Fries), Chris O’Donnell (Robin / Dick Grayson), Uma Thurman (Poison Ivy / Dr. Pamela Isley), Alicia Silverstone (Batgirl / Barbara Wilson) …

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22 thoughts on “The Making of ‘BATMAN & ROBIN’ | Behind The Scenes

  1. …and with one quote Clooney revealed why he should never have played Batman. He just doesn't get anything about the character. One more reason this was an utter train wreck and killed every other comic book movie in pre-production for years. Joel Schumacher is guilty of crimes against cinema and pop culture.

  2. I've come to appreciate this movie more over the years. I specially like that the entire movie feels real: the sets, the props, etc. No obvious green screen environments or motion suits. You won't see anything like this anymore.

  3. Peter macgregor scott is the prick responsible for the word "toyetic". Its because of him seeing how well the toy sales did for batman forever that we got a 2 hour toy commercial