In 1989, Batman burst onto cinema screens. The comic book movie, about a masked vigilante fighting crime in Gotham City, was a HUGE hit with audiences and led to a series of movies.

But how many of the Batman movies feature Michael Keaton?

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The Michael Keaton Batman films in order

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To date, there are two Michael Keaton Batman movies. The Michael Keaton Batman movies – which were produced between 1989 and 1992 – include:

  • Batman (1989)
  • Batman Returns (1992)

The series continued beyond these two movies, but Michael Keaton was no longer part of the series. Val Kilmer played Batman in Batman Forever (1995), while George Clooney took on the part for Batman & Robin (1997).

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Are all of the Michael Keaton Batman movies part of the same series?

The two Michael Keaton Batman movies are part of the same series. The events depicted in the films appear in chronological order.

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Who are the cast of the Michael Keaton Batman films?

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The Michael Keaton Batman movies maintain some of the same cast between the two films. Notable actors in the Michael Keaton Batman series include Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Michael Gough, Pat Hingle, Kim Basinger, Michelle Pfeiffer, Danny DeVito, and Christopher Walken.

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Is the Michael Keaton Batman series the work of the same director?

The two Michael Keaton Batman films are the work of director Tim Burton.

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What is the best Michael Keaton Batman film?

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Batman is considered to be the strongest film in the collection, while Batman Returns has a strong following amongst fans. According to IMDb the Batman films are ranked as follows:

  • Batman (1989) – 7.5/10
  • Batman Returns (1992) – 7.0/10

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