George Clooney isn’t a contender for the best portrayal of Batman on most critics’ lists…but, kidding, the actor disagrees. At a recent event, George called himself the best Batman, adding that Ben Affleck, who played the iconic superhero in the DC Extended Universe, “has nothing against him.”George played the cloaked crusader in Batman and Robin, which was a critical and commercial failure.
George recently performed at the opening of He Royal Film and Television Magnet, a school for actors and professionals in the entertainment industry. In doing so, George joked about the actor’s education, and even referenced his criticized performance as Batman in the 1997 film Batman & Robin. Before calling himself the best, he jokes about his time as Batman: “I don’t watch actors or think about education,” he says in the video before continuing. . You look at me and you don’t think he’s educated.You look at me and you’re like, “Oh, he’s the best Batman.” The audience burst into laughter before suggesting Ben Affleck’s name.
George said, “Ben Affleck? He’s the best.” Birth of the Dead and Justice League, as well as cameo appearances in Suicide Squad, where he will reprise his role in The Flash and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, both coming out next year. Often regarded as one of the worst movies of all time, George’s Batman & Robin has been criticized for its overly gruff tone and lack of seriousness about the genre. George’s performance was also scolded, especially his Batsuit, which was put under the scanner for the strange presence of nipples.Before George took over the cape and hood, Adam West, Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer was playing the role on the big screen. Since then, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck and most recently Batman’s Robert Pattinson have played the role.