Definition of batman
: an orderly of a British military officer
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Plus, Gal Gadot's superhero is expected to surpass $331 million over the 4th of July weekend, taking the movie's domestic total above Batman v Superman's $330 million.
No one wants to make a bad movie, and this is a marked improvement from the '90s Batman and Robin-esque ethos wherein franchises were mostly excuses to sell toys.)
Even Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad, which built its narrative around a bunch of Batman B-listers, made room for an early Batman cameo to knit the whole thing together.
Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman, and November's Justice League—at a rate of $300,000 per film.
Warner Bros. Adam West, the belovedly campy Batman of 1960s TV, may have died last week, but his Caped Crusader has more fight in him.
The actor played his premiere role as millionaire Bruce Wayne and superhero Batman in the 1960s television series.
But there's no logical reason why Batman's suit would need nipples.
Inside his living room in east Orange County, 8-year-old Alan Vasquez plays with Legos, building a city that includes plastic cars and a replica of Arkham Asylum, the fictional psychiatric hospital in Batman comic books.
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Origin and Etymology of batman
French bât packsaddle
First Known Use: 1755See Words from the same year
Definition of Batman
town in southeastern Turkey in Asia population 365,500
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