The Making of ‘BATMAN’ (1989) Behind The Scenes

Batman (1989)
Behind The Scenes, The Making Of Classic (Batman 1989)

Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Michael Keaton (Batman / Bruce Wayne), Jack Nicholson (Joker / Jack Napier), Kim Basinger (Vicki Vale), Michael Gough (Alfred Pennyworth)



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41 thoughts on “The Making of ‘BATMAN’ (1989) Behind The Scenes

  1. 1989 ??? I did not even notice it was so long ago ? It still feels fresh to me 😂 damn time flies . This is the year the berlin wall fell !! Was it made in that time ? Funny . I did not even relate this date with this movie .

  2. It was shocking to learn that Keaton was cast as Batman. Back then I don't remember a casting choice for a film that was this shockingly outside the box of thinking. With the success of this film everyone learned that an actor regardless of what they seem to do best could be cast in something polar opposite. Back during this pre-Internet era they would release photos from the set and these photos were the earliest marketing for the film. I remember seeing those first photos of Keaton in his costume and any doubt about him as Batman went away for good. The photos of Keaton in that his costume and the Batmobile had everyone excited about this movie's release. Another thing about this era was the lack of movie theaters. Back then there were fewer theaters and they had not learned yet to show a super popular film on multiple screens so the first weekend it opened I could not get in to see it. I showed up to the theater and found the line wrapped around the building. 34 years ago feels like it was 100 years ago with hiw fast things move now.

  3. you couldn't place more advertising on youtube, could you? totally exhausting when you are emotionally torn from the documentation every 5 minutes. therefore: shitty video

  4. God i hated “batman begins”, i was bored to tears and now audiences are finally catching up past the hype. Keaton is my batman, not these british dudes nowadays

  5. I was 8 years old when this came out. I remember being too young to go and see it and being jealous of all the older kids queuing outside the local pictures (cinema) that Friday night. Once my family got it on vhs I almost wore it out. I had to wait though. Back then it was at least 12 months wait between cinema and vhs release 😅

  6. what irritates me is Bob Kanes wife getting all weepy over how touched Bob was…imagine how Fingers family felt seeing it blow up like it did and he not get any credit.

  7. My friend brought a pirate copy of this home from Turkey on videotape kids ( look it up ! ) And we all watched it in horrific black and white and it was recorded IN the cinema with people walking past and getting up , ahhh the good old days 👌

  8. This was the best Batman ever, I’m only watching the flash with that child kidnapper and woman abuser just to see micheal Keaton again

  9. I love Batman and comics but the fact that a university accredited a whole course to comic books is comical and laughable. Comic books have little to do with anything historical and in fact mock real history because its just a creation of falshoods and imagination unlike real historic moments

  10. I loved this movie when i was 8 and it hit theaters. I love this movie now.

    I am sorry, but Robin is just a dumb name of a useless sidekick. With how much i love batman, I've never liked Robin.

  11. I was 15 when I went with my parents and siblings to see this movie shortly after release. It was raining during the movie and in the clock tower scene the power went out and we lost the picture. We could still hear it, but we missed a good 5 minutes or more of the movie. It wasn't until months later when we rented it that I was able to see what happened, the Joker's fall, etc. Yeah, this really was the movie of 1989, though James Cameron's The Abyss was a close second imo. There were also the Back to the Future 2 and Lethal Weapon 2 that year, but I wouldn't place those quite in the ground-breaking category.