‘Batman & Robin’ cowl donated to Smithsonian by Warner Bros

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The cowl George Clooney wore in 1997’s Batman & Robin has been donated to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. In addition Clooney’s cowl, Warner Bros. donated Halle Berry’s 2004 Catwoman costume, and part of Christopher Reeve’s costume from 1983’s Superman III.

“Films are an integral part of this culture and of our daily lives, shaping how we perceive ourselves as Americans,” the museum’s director, John Gray, said in a statement. “The legacy of Warner Bros. is an important part of American history and these objects help us to tell that story.”

It’s nice to see Batman & Robin go down in history… in a category other than “worst Batman movie ever.”

SOURCE: Yahoo! Movies

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