Batman and Robin

Synopsis: 2 years after the Events of Batman Forever (1995) Batman (George Clooney) and Robin (Chris O'Donell) must stop Mr freeze from Taking Over the World
Original Story by: Joel schumacher
 
IMDB:
6.2
APPROVED
Year:
1997
263 min
1,930 Views


1INT. BATCAVE -BATMAN'S COSTUME VAULT

Chrome and shadow. A black gauntlet SNAPS into place. A cape WHIPS over a dark rubber back.

A bat-shaped buckle LOCKS.

2INT. BATCAVE ROBIN'S COSTUME VAULT - INTERCUT

A silver throwing-bird is chosen from a weapon's array.

Gloved hands lift a black eye mask. Tunic armor CLICKS shut,

turning to reveal the chest-borne insignia of a Robin.

3INT.BATCAVE

BATMAN - CLOSE. Emerges from his costume vault.

WIDER:

Deeper excavation has doubled the size of the cavern.

New state-of-the-art computing systems flash.

Surveillance screens monitor news and police FREQUENCIES.

Crime's worst nightmare.

Batman strides towards the rising steam-obscured pedestal

which bears the sleek, redesigned Batmobile.

ROBIN appears in the door of his costume vault, dressed in

the black and red of his Nightwing costume.

Two dark avengers stand suited, ready to take back the night.

BATMAN:

Nice suit. And today you are?

ROBIN:

Nightwing. Scourge of darkest evil.

BATMAN:

This is all about fashion for you, isn't it?

ROBIN:

It's the gear. Chicks love the gear.

ALFRED steps forward, out of the shadows.

ALFRED:

Do call if you're going to be late for dinner, sir.

4TURBOS - CLOSE. ROAR. The Batmobile SHOOTS away through

the arches of the cave access tunnel.

5The compass to of the Batmobile service pedestal splits

wide like the opening petals of a flower, revealing a

sleek, turbo-charged motorcycle. meet Robin's bike: The

Redbird.

ALFRED:

Drive carefully, Master Wing.

ROBIN:

Don't wait up, AL.

6The REDBIRD'S TURBO - CLOSE. EXPLODES into life.

The powerful bike SHOOTS after the Batmobile.

7ALFRED watches them go.

Then, he relaxes, lets his weight

fall against the main console, a man not as well as he seems.

8INT. BATCAVE ACCESS TUNNEL - BATMOBILE - MOVING

Batman is behind the wheel, Robin visible through the

window.

BATMAN:

Ten police cruisers frozen solid on

the Gotham Expressway . . .

9INT. BATCAVE ACCESS TUNNEL - REDBIRD - MOVING

Robin is on his bike, data scrolling on his console monitor.

ROBIN:

... A giant drilling truck burrowing under

the city ...

BATMAN:

Mr. Freeze.

ROBIN:

The batcomputer tracks him heading

for the Gotham Museum.

BATMAN:

The new antiquities exhibit. The

Second Sun of the Sudan.

ROBIN:

Of course. He's going to steal the

giant white diamond.

BATMAN:

No, Robin. He's going to jail.

10BATMAN'S MONITOR - CLOSE - THE GOTHAM MUSEUM

PUSH IN:

11EXT. GOTHAM MUSEUM - NIGHT

A stone and glass palace set on the edge of Gotham's

Central Park.

12INT. GOTHAM MUSEUM - NIGHT

A GIANT DRILLING TRUCK points up through the rubble of the

shattered museum floor.

13WIDER. A great hall bearing the skeleton of a mighty

brontosaur amongst a myriad of other exotic antiquities.

All frozen.

14HOLD on A GIANT DIAMOND CASE

The case begins to glow blue, then white, the shatterproof

glass EXPLODING into a thousand flying fragments.

15RACK IN through the storm of ice and glass, ACROSS the

frozen floor, PAST exhibits of Aztec ruins peppered now

with three FROZEN GUARDS, UP stone steps of a pyramid

altar TO REVEAL...

...A silver suited figure stands, bald head visible beneath a

helmet,

A high-tech bazooka in his hand. MR. FREEZE

FREEZE:

The Iceman Cometh.

16WIDER

A gang of Thugs in thermal suits, THE ICEMEN, skate to the

base of the steps. Two hold a MOANING, shivering GUARD

captive.

GUARD:

Please. Show some mercy.

Freeze begins down the altar steps. A SHIMMERING, TERRIFYING

GOD.

FREEZE:

I'm afraid my condition has left me

cold to your pleas of mercy.

17Freeze FIRES his weapon, the beam of cryonic energy

engulfing the Guard, turning him to ice.

FREEZE:

(knocks on the guard's cheek)

Copsicle.

Freeze closes, now, on the shattered case.

FREEZE:

In this universe, there is only one

absolute. Everything...

Freeze swipes away the shattered glass and steel, from the

debris lifts a tremendous diamond.

FREEZE:

...Freezes.

Freeze holds the diamond high over his head, the light

hitting the gem like a star.

18THE SKYLIGHT - CLOSE. EXPLODES.

Batman free-falls into

the room, hitting the brontosaurus and sliding down its neck,

SMASHING Freeze with his feet, the diamond sliding

across the frozen floor.

FREEZE:

(aiming his pistol)

Bat on ice, anyone?

19Batman KICKS the pistol high in the air, catches it.

BATMAN:

Didn't your mother ever tell you not

to play with guns?

20Freeze cartwheels across the room, kicking the gun away

from Batman, catching it in mid air.

FREEZE:

You're not sending me to the cooler.

21Freeze FIRES. Batman dodges the blast. Freeze takes aim

again.

22THE FRONT DOORS - CLOSE. BLOW OPEN

Robin, on the Redbird, flies into the room.

23BATMAN uses the distraction, flying-kicks the gun into

the air.

24ROBIN soars over Freeze’s head, kicks the airborne gun to

the altar atop the giant pyramid.

ROBIN:

Score. And the crowd goes wild.

25Robin lands, laying his bike sideways in a slide,

KNOCKING a precious vase into mid air. he grabs a statue,

using it to whip around in a dismount.

26BATMAN catches the falling vase, replaces it, as Robin

skates beside him. The two heroes race for Freeze.

FREEZE:

Grab the gem. Kill the heroes.

28MORE INCEMEN in hockey masks, sticks in hand, rush the

caped crusaders from both sides.

29ROBIN

It's the hockey team from hell.

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Akiva Goldsman

Akiva J. Goldsman (born July 7, 1962) is an American film and television writer, director, and producer. He received an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2001 film, A Beautiful Mind, which also won the Oscar for Best Picture. more…

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