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1992: BASKET Immortalized in time as the best team ever assembled. 25 years ago today the DreamTeam took home gold 🥇 in the 1992 Olympics. 🇺🇸
1992: BASKET
Immortalized in time as the best team ever assembled. 25 years ago today the DreamTeam took home gold 🥇 in the 1992 Olympics. 🇺🇸

Immortalized in time as the best team ever assembled. 25 years ago today the DreamTeam took home gold 🥇 in the 1992 Olympics. 🇺🇸

1992: BAIMA SUPER POWERS TEAM! THE ANIMATED SERIES @H STI BATMAN BATMAN D ND BeSAC DC Voiceover THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD Director Andrea Romano announces THE DARK KCREDADIS retirementUNE EDT Evening Gothamites! Today it was announced that casting director, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano is retiring after over 30 years active in the industry. Only a very small portion of her casting directing within the Batman universe in animated television and film is presented, but Andrea Romano has worked on many Warner Bros. Animation projects, from The Smurfs and DuckTales in the 1980s to Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain in the 1990s. Most notably, Romano was the casting director for the DC Animated Universe (DCAU), including casting for "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992-1995), "The New Batman Adventures" (1997-1999), "Batman Beyond" (1999-2001) and "Justice League" (2001-2004) - "Justice League Unlimited" (2004-2006), one of her latest DC Animated Original Movie being "Justice League: Gods and Monsters" (2015). In a statement with IGN, Romano said “I shall miss so many aspects of this industry – particularly the people I’ve worked alongside, and all the fun that happens on both side of the glass. From the bottom of my heart, I extend my sincere gratitude to every actor, producer, director, engineer and colleague that has helped make this run so incredible...” We thank Andrea Romano for her legendary work in building the classic DCAU many of us Gothamites continue to cherish today, making her forever an important part of Batman's history. Thanks for following, we'll have more History of the Batman soon! ✌🏼💙🦇🎬
1992: BAIMA
 SUPER POWERS
 TEAM!
 THE ANIMATED SERIES
 @H
 STI
 BATMAN
 BATMAN
 D ND
 BeSAC
 DC Voiceover
 THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
 Director
 Andrea
 Romano
 announces THE DARK KCREDADIS
 retirementUNE EDT
Evening Gothamites! Today it was announced that casting director, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano is retiring after over 30 years active in the industry. Only a very small portion of her casting directing within the Batman universe in animated television and film is presented, but Andrea Romano has worked on many Warner Bros. Animation projects, from The Smurfs and DuckTales in the 1980s to Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain in the 1990s. Most notably, Romano was the casting director for the DC Animated Universe (DCAU), including casting for "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992-1995), "The New Batman Adventures" (1997-1999), "Batman Beyond" (1999-2001) and "Justice League" (2001-2004) - "Justice League Unlimited" (2004-2006), one of her latest DC Animated Original Movie being "Justice League: Gods and Monsters" (2015). In a statement with IGN, Romano said “I shall miss so many aspects of this industry – particularly the people I’ve worked alongside, and all the fun that happens on both side of the glass. From the bottom of my heart, I extend my sincere gratitude to every actor, producer, director, engineer and colleague that has helped make this run so incredible...” We thank Andrea Romano for her legendary work in building the classic DCAU many of us Gothamites continue to cherish today, making her forever an important part of Batman's history. Thanks for following, we'll have more History of the Batman soon! ✌🏼💙🦇🎬

Evening Gothamites! Today it was announced that casting director, voice director and voice actress Andrea Romano is retiring after over 3...

1992: BATMAN RETURNS TURNS 25 YEARS OLD OHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN Good afternoon Gothamites and have a fantastic Friday! On this day (June 16) in Batman history, two live action Batman films had its world premiered and debuted in theaters in the U.S.! The first is the 1992 film "Batman Returns" which premiered 25 years ago at the @chinesetheatres in Hollywood (it hit U.S. theaters June 19)! The commercial success of Tim Burton's 1989 film 'Batman' spawned a sequel live action movie in 1992. Michael Keaton's Bruce Wayne - Batman reprises his role in "Batman Returns", going up against the corrupt business tycoon Max Shreck (Christopher Walken) who joins Oswald Cobblepot aka The Penguin (Danny DeVito) in order to take over Gotham City and defeat the Batman. But when Shreck's ex-assistant Selina Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) transforms into the seductive Catwoman, Batman has to also combat his romantic feelings for the femme fatale. Known for its dramatics from the set design to the costumes, "Batman Returns" was darker than its predecessor, the gothic tone courtesy of Batman co-creator Bob Kane as creative consultant, calling back to his character's origin from 1939. Tim Burton's 1992 sequel film "Batman Returns" was a blockbuster success. However, due to the dark tones of the film, it was not accepted by parents of young children and some sponsorship was turned down in terms of toys and merchandising. Warner Bros. then turned to producer and director Joel Schumacher to continue the Batman franchise with a lighter theme, his first Bat movie being our other anniversary we will celebrate today on History of the Batman, so stay tuned and thanks for following! ✌🏼💙🦇🎬🎉
1992: BATMAN RETURNS TURNS
 25 YEARS OLD
 OHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN
Good afternoon Gothamites and have a fantastic Friday! On this day (June 16) in Batman history, two live action Batman films had its world premiered and debuted in theaters in the U.S.! The first is the 1992 film "Batman Returns" which premiered 25 years ago at the @chinesetheatres in Hollywood (it hit U.S. theaters June 19)! The commercial success of Tim Burton's 1989 film 'Batman' spawned a sequel live action movie in 1992. Michael Keaton's Bruce Wayne - Batman reprises his role in "Batman Returns", going up against the corrupt business tycoon Max Shreck (Christopher Walken) who joins Oswald Cobblepot aka The Penguin (Danny DeVito) in order to take over Gotham City and defeat the Batman. But when Shreck's ex-assistant Selina Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) transforms into the seductive Catwoman, Batman has to also combat his romantic feelings for the femme fatale. Known for its dramatics from the set design to the costumes, "Batman Returns" was darker than its predecessor, the gothic tone courtesy of Batman co-creator Bob Kane as creative consultant, calling back to his character's origin from 1939. Tim Burton's 1992 sequel film "Batman Returns" was a blockbuster success. However, due to the dark tones of the film, it was not accepted by parents of young children and some sponsorship was turned down in terms of toys and merchandising. Warner Bros. then turned to producer and director Joel Schumacher to continue the Batman franchise with a lighter theme, his first Bat movie being our other anniversary we will celebrate today on History of the Batman, so stay tuned and thanks for following! ✌🏼💙🦇🎬🎉

Good afternoon Gothamites and have a fantastic Friday! On this day (June 16) in Batman history, two live action Batman films had its worl...