Released on June 09 of 1995 in the USA, "Batman Forever" (also known as "Batman 3", "Batman forever, Batman per sempre") is an Action/Comedy/Crime/Science Fiction/Thriller film directed by Joel Schumacher, and written by Akiva Goldsman (screenplay), Lee Batchler (screenplay), Janet Scott Batchler (screenplay) and Bob Kane (characters) . Val Kilmer and Tommy Lee Jones are starring, alongside Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, Chris O'Donnell and Michael Gough.
Courage now, truth always....
In Gotham City, Batman (Val Kilmer) stops a hostage situation in a bank caused by Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones), the alter ego of the disfigured former district attorney, Harvey Dent. Unfortunately, Two-Face escapes. Edward Nygma (Jim Carrey), a researcher at Wayne Enterprises, develops a device to beam television directly to a person's brain; Bruce Wayne (with whom Edward is obsessed) rejects the invention, noting that it "raises too many questions", and Edward angrily resigns from his position after killing [...]
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the director of "Batman Forever"?
Joel Schumacher is an American director, costume designer, writer, screenwriter, and producer.
Joel Schumacher has directed movies such as "Inland Saints", released in 2009, "Falling Down" (1993), "The Incredible Shrinking Woman" (1981), "D.C. Cab" (1983), "The Client" (1994), and "The Lost Boys" (1987).
Tommy Lee Jones and Joel Schumacher have also collaborated in "The Client", released in 1994 ('Reverend' Roy Foltrigg).
What was the release date of "Batman Forever"?
"Batman Forever" was initally released in Aruba in 1995.Release date in the United States:
- Friday, June 09, 1995
- Friday, July 14, 1995