I portrayed Bruce Wayne/Batman in 1989’s ‘Batman’ and 1992’s ‘Batman Returns’, and he starred as Adrian Toomes/Vulture in 2019’s ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’, making him one of the exclusive cast members to appear both in the DC Universe and wonder Cinematic universe.
With the longtime actor reprising his role as the caped crusader in DC’s upcoming episode, “The Flash,” alongside Ben Affleckfans were shocked to discover a startling fact: he’s never watched an entire superhero movie from start to finish.
Keaton exclaimed that he wasn’t “nerd” about movies; he simply has “other things to do”.
“I know people don’t believe it, that I’ve never seen a full version of any of these movies – no Marvel movies, no other,” Keaton said. says Variety in a recent interview. “And I’m not saying I don’t watch it because I’m nerd – trust me! That’s not it.”
The 70-year-old added: “It’s just that there’s very little I watch. I start watching something, and I think it’s great and I watch three episodes, but I I have other things to do!
On the subject of putting the Batsuit back on, the veteran actor explained to Variety the return process.
“I was curious what it would be like after these many years. It’s not so much me doing it – obviously, part of it – but I was just curious about it, weirdly, socially,” said he said of his role as Wayne in ‘The Flash’ after more than 30 years.
Seven actors have taken on the role of Gotham’s protector since Keaton’s performance in 1992.
“It’s all gigantic. They have their world all their own. So I like to see it as an outsider, thinking ‘Holy moly!'” Keaton added.
The actor said he felt compelled to sign on for “The Flash” because “it sounded like fun” and because of his love for “Birds of Prey” screenwriter Christina Hodson’s script.
“The writing was really, really good. So I thought, why not? Keaton said. “It’s cool to come, and I’m curious to see if I can pull it off.”
“The Flash” is slated to premiere on June 23, 2023.