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Batman, Blockbuster, and Children: 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! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸŽ¬πŸŽ‰
Batman, Blockbuster, and Children: 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! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸŽ¬πŸŽ‰

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

Amber Rose, Ass, and Emma Watson: After Amber Rose posted a picture of her pubic hair, an unexpected call to action arose IMAGES On Friday, @AmberRose posted a picture of herself nude from the waist down, with her pubic hair on full display. Instagram quickly deleted Rose's post, due to its strict no-nudity policy. The image still remains on Twitter, however. There was a deeper meaning behind this post that many may have missed β€” in a time when pubic hair is inching toward being normalized, with women like Emma Watson and Ashley Graham speaking out about having it, Rose's post is one more tactic to remove the stigma around the existence and visibility of women's pubic hair. Additionally, the post raised awareness for her third annual Slut Walk, with Rose adding the hashtag AmberRosesSlutWalk to it. Writing on Instagram after her original post was deleted, Rose doubled-down on her original intent: "When IG deletes ur fire-ass feminist post but you really don't give a fuck because everyone picked it up already." She signed off with the hashtags AmberRosesSlutWalk and BringBackTheBush. Rose got heat from some followers, and most notoriously, @ThePiersMorgan, who attempted to shame her, but the internet clapped back. To continue this fight to end the stigma against pubic hair, people are participating in the AmberRoseChallenge, where people post pictures of themselves similar to her original post, but a bit more censored, using wigs and other things to cover their crotch. By posting that selfie, Rose actually showed exactly why events like her Slut Walk, which centers around women owning and claiming their sexuality and putting an end to slut shaming, need to exist.
Amber Rose, Ass, and Emma Watson: After Amber Rose posted a picture
 of her pubic hair, an unexpected
 call to action arose
 IMAGES
On Friday, @AmberRose posted a picture of herself nude from the waist down, with her pubic hair on full display. Instagram quickly deleted Rose's post, due to its strict no-nudity policy. The image still remains on Twitter, however. There was a deeper meaning behind this post that many may have missed β€” in a time when pubic hair is inching toward being normalized, with women like Emma Watson and Ashley Graham speaking out about having it, Rose's post is one more tactic to remove the stigma around the existence and visibility of women's pubic hair. Additionally, the post raised awareness for her third annual Slut Walk, with Rose adding the hashtag AmberRosesSlutWalk to it. Writing on Instagram after her original post was deleted, Rose doubled-down on her original intent: "When IG deletes ur fire-ass feminist post but you really don't give a fuck because everyone picked it up already." She signed off with the hashtags AmberRosesSlutWalk and BringBackTheBush. Rose got heat from some followers, and most notoriously, @ThePiersMorgan, who attempted to shame her, but the internet clapped back. To continue this fight to end the stigma against pubic hair, people are participating in the AmberRoseChallenge, where people post pictures of themselves similar to her original post, but a bit more censored, using wigs and other things to cover their crotch. By posting that selfie, Rose actually showed exactly why events like her Slut Walk, which centers around women owning and claiming their sexuality and putting an end to slut shaming, need to exist.

On Friday, @AmberRose posted a picture of herself nude from the waist down, with her pubic hair on full display. Instagram quickly deleted R...