Anil Kapoor Asks George Clooney About ‘Almost Killing’ The Batman Franchise, The Latter Reacts: “It’s A Funny Thing That People Don’t Understand…”

George Clooney, an American actor, is one of Hollywood’s most well-liked celebrities and has won countless awards. He has produced several highly praised movies, but he has also appeared as Batman on occasion. The movie series, however, did not generate the kind of audience response that was anticipated.

As the Caped Crusader in the American superhero movie Batman & Robin from 1997, George assumed Val Kilmer’s role. In the end, the movie was a financial and critical failure. It was criticized for having a tone that was too campy and for treating the genre with insufficient respect.

George Clooney discussed the high actors feel when they are awarded a property like the Batman series 25 years later. On the penultimate day of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2022, the Hollywood actor discussed his decision to accept the position with Anil Kapoor.

Anil Kapoor, a veteran actor, inquired of the 61-year-old Hollywood star, “I read somewhere… I laughed so hard, you nearly ruined the franchise, didn’t you?”

“It’s a weird thing that people don’t comprehend,” the latter responded. It’s incredibly thrilling when you’re just scraping by and someone offers you a franchise.

When they inform you that you are Batman, you exclaim “Yay!” I’ll play Batman. Nobody genuinely believes that it will be awful. I kept thinking, “This is amazing, and then you see,”

Next, George Clooney discussed his collaboration with Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron, who has won an Academy Award. “Alfonso Cuaron is a fantastic filmmaker,” he declared. His eye is sharp. In front of a green screen, the whole production of Gravity was shot.

One of the finest sci-fi/survival thriller movies ever created is still regarded as the 2013 movie. Sandra Bullock played the primary role of an astronaut who, due to a mishap, becomes trapped in space. George appeared in the movie in a special cameo.

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