The highlight? George Clooney responding to Barbara Walters' question "Would you ever play gay?", by saying that he already had: "I was in a rubber suit and I had rubber nipples. I could have played Batman straight, but I made him gay."
Batman fans the world over have alleged that Joel Schumacher gayed up Batman, but this is the first public recognition of such fact by anyone involved. I doubt George just decided out of the blue that it would be good to play Batman gay, I'm sure this was Joel's idea. Even those that don't agree with the claim that Joel intentionally gayified Batman will agree that he's a total hack, and that his Batman movies are responsible for the laughingstock that Batman is struggling to recover from today. Batman Begins did a fairly decent job of overcoming the mire than Joel put the character into, but Batman has a long way to go before he can gain acceptance from the masses.
The first step? Get rid of the rubber suit. Schumacher ruined that forever.
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