The costume of Batman, in which Michael Keaton appeared before the audience of the film “Batman returns,” sold at auction by Nate D. Sanders Auctions.
The proceeds were quite modest for such a valuable element of props relevant to the history of film adaptations of DC comics – a total of 41 thousand dollars. In this case the starting price of the lot amounted to 33 thousand dollars. It should be noted that the suit was made of rubber, and its upper part is arranged in such a way that the actor could not turn his head, so he had to do maneuvers his whole body.
The movie “Batman returns” was released in 1992. Its global box office has exceeded $ 260 million with a budget of $ 80 million. In addition to Keaton, the film starred Christopher Walken, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Gough, Michael Murphy and other actors.
Recall also that another Batman suit worn by Christian bale in the movie “the Dark knight” was previously sold at auction for 250 thousand dollars. However, it was significantly more difficult and expensive to manufacture and were related to the project has earned in hire more than one billion dollars.
Source: Nate D. Sanders Auctions
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