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BRBook of Reference
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BRBromley (postcode, United Kingdom)
BRBloody Roar (video game)
BRBiosphere Reserve (various locations)
BRBundesrat (Austrian Parlamentary Institution)
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BRBatch Reactor (chemical reactor where volume is constant and the contents are well-mixed)
BRBacteriorhodopsin
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BRBiological and Radiological
BRBlue Rodeo (band)
BRBats Right (baseball)
BRBudget Report
BRBusiness Register
BRBase Register
BRButadiene Rubber (polybutadiene rubber)
BRBlockade Runner (game)
BRBudget Review (US DoD)
BRBoys Rule
BRBible Review
BRBrigate Rosse (Italian Terrorist Group)
BRBharat Rakshak
BRPetrobrás Distribuidora (Brazil)
BRBureau of Reclamation
BRBatch Record (pharmaceutical product recipe)
BRBandwidth Request
BRBathroom Reader
BRBombing Run (Unreal Tournament 2003 game mode)
BRBlackground Records (record label)
BRBurlington Resources (energy company; Texas)
BRBattery Return
BRBusiness Roundtable
BRBeam Rifle (anime, Mobile Suit Gundam)
BRBackbone Router
BRBeam Rider (US DoD)
BRBusiness Release
BRBrindisi, Puglia (Italian province)
BRBroad Ripple (Indiana)
BRRadiocommunication Bureau
BRBoundary Representation
BRBinary Restenosis
BRBreeder Reactor
BRBackground Rhythm
BRBellevue Reporter (community newspaper)
BRBurst Rate (data communications)
BRBad Register
BRBidirectional Ring
BRBridleway (UK planning & zoning)
BRBaloch Regiment (Pakistan)
BRBusiness Result
BREva Airways Corporation (IATA airline code)
BRBanco Reformador
BRBuilder's Risk
BRBuffer Register
BRBreastroke (swimming)
BRBrigade de Recherche (French: Research Brigade)
BRBanque de la Réunion (French: Bank of Reunion)
BRBusiness Reform
BRBreak Rate
BRBrother Rat
BRBomber Reconnaissance
BRBanlieue Rouge (Quebec punk band)
BRBâtiment Réacteur (French: Reactor Building)
BRButadiene Resin
BRBitte Rücksprache (German: Please Contact)
BRBuddy Ride
BRBottom Reflection
BRBlade Rate
BRBuffalo Regals
BRBreak Relay
BRBackward Reporting
BRBridgewire Resistance
BRBahama Route
BRBloc Réacteur (French: Reactor Unit)
BRBattle Rezz (gaming)
BRBrandenberger+Ruosch AG
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Burton directed Batman and Batman Returns but was deemed "too dark" for sequels.
The Catwoman character has already been portrayed on the big screen by Lee Meriweather in the 1966 film Batman and by Michelle Pfeiffer in 1992's Batman Returns.
MICHAEL KEATON is the caped crusader in Batman Returns and for me, this is the best of the four Batman capers.
With four Batman movies newly available in sharp digital restorations, we're screening: Tim Burton's Batman with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson; Batman Returns with Danny DeVito's Penguin and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman; Joel Schumacher's ultra-90s Batman Forever with Val Kilmer, Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones; and the ultimate silliness that is Batman & Robin, with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman and George Clooney in that infamous Bat-suit - the one with the nipples.
Thelatest reportsindicate that two of these villains will be The Penguin and Catwoman, who previously appeared as central antagonists together in the 1992 film Batman Returns.
He moved into blockbuster territory in 1989 with Michael Keaton in Batman and, three years later, Batman Returns.
There's a welcome, switched-up dynamic between his old 'Batman Returns' actors Keaton and DeVito, and a glamorous, graceful turn for Green, his 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' lead.
0 PS200m PS400m PS600m PS800m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 = global box office = production cost Top grossing directors worldwide Michelle Pfeiffer (above) as Catwoman, in Batman Returns Michael Keaton (above) as Batman, in Batman 2noms Oscars 1 noms Golden Globes 3 noms BAFTAS ource: the-numbers.com & IMDB.com PS806m Other notable films include: Edward Scissorhands, & Beetlejuice 7 8 9 Best animated feature: Frankenweenie (2013) Best animated feature: Corpse Bride (2006) 1 Steven Spielberg (right) PS8.3bn 11 Tim Burton PS3.2bn (Left, top to bottom) Various guises of Johnny Depp
Image Credit: Gulf News Archives Batman returns: India's captain and top batsman Virat Kohli underlined his supremacy during the year by plundering runs at will against all rivals and in various conditions and in different formats.
Our analysis also suggests that those who claim Die Hard and Batman Returns are Christmas films - as both are set during the festive period - might have a point.
He is known for his blockbuster films such asthe superhero films Batman (1989) and its first sequel Batman Returns (1992), the sci-fi film Planet of the Apes (2001), the musical adventure film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) and the fantasy film Alice in Wonderland (2010) that gained a worldwide gross of over $1 billion.