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George Clooney Signs Emails As ‘Batman’!

George Clooney has his very own bat signal!

The star of 1997’s Batman & Robin — whose email address surfaced April 16 in WikiLeaks’ Sony hack database — “often uses the names of his roles as pseudonyms,” a source close to the Ocean’s Eleven actor reveals to Us Weekly. “He signs emails to friends with a simple ‘Danny Ocean’ and he loves leaving voicemails saying, ‘This is Batman.’”

After all, he’s Batman forever. “George gets a kick out of the fact that he played Batman,” says the insider. “He’s so proud of all his movies.”

Wary of hackers, the 53-year-old refused to create an email account until the early 2000s — his first address was a tribute to his O Brother, Where Art Thou? character, Everett McGill! — adds the insider. “He never trusted it. He has always worried about people finding a way to access his information.”

Now, he’s especially reluctant to hit send, even when corresponding with wife of seven months, Amal, 37. “George prefers to communicate with her by phone,” adds the source. “He loves hearing her voice!”

source : usmagazine


10-Hulk (2003)
9-Daredevil (2003)
8-Green lantern (2011)
7-fantastic four 2005
6-Superhero Movie 2008
5-Supergirl (1984)
4-R.I.P.D (2013)
2-Spider-Man 3 (2007)
#10 – “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009)
#9 – “Ghost Rider” (2007)
#8 – “Judge Dredd” (1995)
#7 – “Elektra” (2005)
#6 – “Superman IV: The Quest For Peace” (1987)
#5 – “Captain America” (1990)
#4 – “The Spirit” (2008)
#3 – “Steel” (1997)
#2 – “Batman and Robin” (1997)
#1 – “Catwoman” (2004)
1-x-men last stand (2006)


The Evolution of Batman in Cinema from Jacob T. Swinney on Vimeo.

A journey through the evolution of Batman on the big screen and cinema as a whole. From the serials of the 1940s to the Christopher Nolan blockbusters, watch as the iconic character transforms within the different eras of filmmaking.

Films used:
Batman (1943 serial)
Batman and Robin (1949 serial)
Batman: The Movie (1966)
Batman (1989)
Batman Returns (1992)
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
Batman Forever (1995)
Batman & Robin (1997)
Batman Begins (2005)
The Dark Knight (2008)
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
The Lego Movie (2014)

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  • Batman:And you are...?
  • Batgirl:Batgirl
  • Batman:That's not very PC. What about Batwoman, or Batperson?
  • Batgirl:Bruce, it's me, Barbara. I found the Batcave.
  • Robin:We gotta get those locks changed.
  • Batman:She knows who we are.
  • Robin:I guess we'll just have to kill her.
  • Batman:Yep, we'll kill her later, we've got work to do.
midwesthotmess replied to your post:So, about that “Manos” essay…

TDK really??????

Ya, I just didn’t like it. I really liked Batman Begins, and I thought that Dark Knight was a let down. Now I should say that I haven’t been able to watch it all the way through since I saw it on opening weekend (like 7 years ago), so I might have different opinions now, but I don’t think so. I’d much rather watch 1997′s Batman & Robin (or the 60′s Adam West series).

I should also say that I don’t judge anybody for liking it (I love a lot of movies that I know most people hate), but it just wasn’t enough of a Batman movie for me.