Wonder Woman Has Better 2nd Weekend Than Suicide Squad & Batman v Superman

Wonder Woman is continuing to defy expectations at the box office and easily becoming the DC Extended Universe’s most successful movie. Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad both did very well financially, but mixed to negative word of mouth led to some significant drop off following their opening weekend. That is not the case with Wonder Woman. In its second weekend, director Patty Jenkins’ female-lead superhero movie brought in $57 million domestically, making it the best 2nd weekend for any DCEU movie so far.

According to Box Office Mojo, Wonder Woman only dropped 45 percent in its second weekend, which is very good for a blockbuster of this size. Every other DCEU movie so far had a significant drop in their respective second frames, dropping at least 65 percent in the second weekend. While they all made good money, it is surely the very positive word of mouth that has helped Wonder Woman outperform Man of Steel, Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad in its second week at the box office.

Man of Steel, which kicked off the DCEU in 2013, had a great opening weekend with $116.6 million, but the movie experienced a 65 percent drop in its second weekend, bringing in just $41 million. Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, despite a tremendous critical lashing, made a record-breaking $166 million on its opening weekend, but experienced a massive 68 percent drop in its second weekend, bringing in just $52 million. As for Suicide Squad, which also took it on the chin from critics, outperformed expectations by making $133 million opening weekend. But, like the other DCEU movies before it, took a 67 percent plunge and only brought in $43 million in weekend number two.

There are plenty of fans who defend Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, despite what critics may think, but Wonder Woman is proving why praise matters. The other three movies in the DCEU are all Rotten on Rotten Tomatoes, and the fan response is not nearly as positive as it has been for Wonder Woman, and that is probably the most important factor. Being able to win over more casual fans, something that Marvel does very regularly, is key to keeping something like the DCEU on the tracks. If Justice League can receive a similar level of praise, Warner Bros. will have managed to do some very impressive course correcting.

Worldwide, Wonder Woman is continuing to crush it as well. As of right now, the movie has made a grand total of $435.2 million, with $205 million of that coming domestically. Wonder Woman has some big-name competition coming down the pipeline in the form of Cars 3 and Transformers: The Last Knight in the coming weeks, but it should be able to keep adding to its total and overtake Man of Steel and, depending on how well things go, it may even be able to overtake Suicide Squad’s grand total of $745 million.


Wonder Woman Beats The Mummy in Weekend #2 with $57.1M

Last weekend, Wonder Woman set a new box office record by taking in $103.2 million, the highest opening weekend ever for a female-directed movie. The DCEU superhero movie squared off against Universal’s The Mummy reboot, the first movie in the studio’s Dark Universe franchise, A24′s indie thriller It Comes at Night and Bleecker Street’s true story adaptation Megan Leavey. None of these movies were expected to put up much of a fight this weekend, with Wonder Woman coming out on top for the second weekend in a row with an impressive $57.1 million.

Box Office Mojo reports that this hit Wonder Woman movie only dropped 44.6% this weekend, earning an impressive $13,729 per-screen average from 4,165 theaters. This weekend’s haul puts Wonder Woman‘s domestic gross up to $205 million, with a worldwide total of $435.2 million, from a $149 million budget. The movie is a hit with critics as well, with an impressive 93% Fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes, making it the first “Fresh” movie to come out of Warner Bros. DC Extended Universe (DCEU). With an impressive second weekend in the books, it will be interesting to see how much longevity Wonder Woman has at the box office.

While it didn’t open as big as the first two movies in the DCEU, Wonder Woman may have enough staying power to out-gross its predecessors. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuted with an impressive $166.1 million last March, which turned out to be roughly half of its $330.3 million domestic take. It also earned $873.2 million worldwide from a $250 million budget. Suicide Squad put up a $133.6 million opening weekend which represented 41.1% of its domestic total of $325.1 million ($745.6 million worldwide) from a $175 million budget. Wonder Woman was produced under a $149 million budget, and it has become the first DCEU movie to be certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. It will be interesting to see if Wonder Woman can outgross both Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad as it continues its box office run.

As expected, Universal’s The Mummy opened decently with $32.2 million, although it still came in under most analysts’ expectations. The movie opened in 4,035 theaters, earning a solid $7,992 per-screen average. With the movie being produced under a $125 million budget, it could be profitable, but that likely depends on how it performs overseas. The movie has gotten off to a strong start internationally, with an opening weekend of $141.8 million, bringing its worldwide total to $174 million. This project did not get the Dark Universe off to a strong start critically, though, with just a 17% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

The top 10 is rounded out by Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie ($12.3 million), Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ($10.7 million), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($6.2 million), It Comes at Night ($6 million), Baywatch ($4.6 million), Megan Leavey ($3.7 million), Alien: Covenant ($1.8 million) and Everything, Everything ($1.6 million). Also opening in limited release is Fox Searchlight’s romance My Cousin Rachel, which earned $954,000 from 523 theaters for a $1,824 per-screen average, Roadside Attractions’ comedy Beatriz At Dinner, which earned $150,160

from five theaters for a $30,032 per-screen average, The Orchard’s dramatic comedy The Hero, which earned $48,414 from four theaters for a $12,104 per-screen average, Freestyle Releasing’s drama Miles, which took in $5,176 from two theaters for a $2,588 per-screen average and Oscilloscope Pictures’ documentary Night School, which took in $1,600 from one theater.

Looking ahead to next weekend, four new movies open in wide release, such as Disney Pixar’s animated sequel Cars 3, Open Road Films’ Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez On Me, Sony Pictures’ R-rated comedy Rough Night and Entertainment Studios’ 47 Meters Down. Also opening in limited release is Focus Features’ drama The Book of Henry, Abramorama’s documentary Hare Krishna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started it All, Indican’s action movie Jasmine IFC’s dramatic comedy The Journey, Oscilloscope Pictures’ comedy Lost in Paris, Sony Pictures Classics’ drama Maudie and Vertical Entertainment’s drama Pray for Rain.

1Wonder Woman
2The Mummy
3Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
4Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
5Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
6It Comes at Night
8Megan Leavey
9Alien: Covenant
10Everything, Everything


‘Battlestar Galactica’ Cast & Creator Reunite To Talk Initial Hesitations & What The Series Might Look Like Now — ATX

Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore and the cast reunited on the closing night of 2017’s ATX Television festival in a theater packed with adoring fan.

Onstage, Moore recalled his initial hesitation in doing a series reboot of the 1978 original.

“I had done ten years of [Star] Trek and I wasn’t sure I wanted to go back into space again,” he shared on his early thoughts  after being approached to do the project by Exec producer David Eick in 2002. It only took a weekend of contemplation before Moore was on board.

“I was struck by the idea of doing that show in that moment of time,” he said having watched the original pilot three months after 9/11. “It had a completely different resonances where suddenly it was about an apocalyptic attack out of the blue that devastated these worlds. Thee story was about the survivors who ran away from being pursued by their enemies into the night. I immediately thought if we did that show now, it was an opportunity to talk about the thing that were happening in the world.”

Moore wasn’t the only one that was reluctant to sign on. Star Edward James Olmos had turned down his offer to join the series, his reason being he “basically had a strong understanding of the [sci-fi] world but had gotten it through Blade Runner” and wanted to keep that aesthetic. He told producers that if he saw a Creatures from the Black Lagoon type character, “Im going to faint on camera and you’re going to have to write that he died of a heart attack.” Eventually it was the writing that sold him. “It was brilliant from the first page.”

Such was the case for Mary McDonnell, who played President Laura Roslin on the show She admitted to not being familiar with the original and not understanding the premise. “But then I read the script and fell in love with all of the characters, ” she said,  adding that “it was very important to me to explore a woman coming into power without a cultural training or support behind her.”

“We were shooting this when Hilary [Clinton] was running and it became a very timely event for me.. there was a deep emotional connection.”

Moore’s re-imaging of Battlestar ran for four seasons from 2004-2009. When asked about what he thought the show would look like in the current political context.

“We did Battlestar in a very specific moment of time, there was a marriage of what was going on in the world and the inherent story of the apocalyptic attack and it was very resonant because it was a post 9/11 piece.”  With that said, “yes, we would take advantage of the current political situation and talk about the world and how it’s changed,” Moore remarked, although the vision for the show wasn’t so clear. “It’s hard to imagine doing it today, you’d have to start from a blank page and decide what of the original story is still relevant and what would we have to say if we’re going to do it all over again.”

On the why the show is still holds relevance.

“The idea that humanity could be reduced to 55, 000 people all of the sudden and force that collective group of people to have to see each other as one to me is the thing that continually resonates with me about the show, ” offered McDonnell. We’re in a time where the powers at be are trying to create as much difference between us as their pocket book will allow… We’re unfortunately living on the edge at the moment. Perhaps we can stop dividing each other and see each other as other because there is no difference. That’s one of the things I love most about what Ron did.”

Moore, McDonnell, and Olmos were joined on the panel by Katee Sackhoff, Tricia Helfer, Grace Park, James Callis, Michael Trucco, and Jamie Bambervia via Skype.


Ben Affleck Pays Tribute to Adam West, Who ‘Exemplified Heroism’

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Among the many reactions to Adam West’s death pouring out from Hollywood, only one immediately hit social media from an actor who has also worn the Bat-cowl.

Ben Affleck, tweeted about the Bat legend (see below). Affleck starred as the Caped Crusader in last year’s Batman V. Superman, and will return as Batman in Justice League, which is out Nov. 17. While those cinematic treatments are distinctly different from the neon-glowing, campy TV version West starred in, Affleck still showed affection for the original Batman, calling him a “kind, funny and all around great guy. Thank you for showing us all how it’s done.”

Here’s the full tweet:


Oprah Winfrey, Ava DuVernay Trace Roots of Their Collaboration – Produced By

If you are invited to lunch at Oprah Winfrey’s home, don’t bring her flowers.

That is what producer, writer and director Ava DuVernay learned when she got an unexpected invitation to a Mother’s Day brunch at Winfrey’s home, which she attended with her grandmother. The pair recalled that luncheon during a conversation moderated director Bruce Cohen at the Produced By conference on Saturday.

Winfrey had learned about DuVernay—who in 2012 had directed only one feature, Middle Of Nowhere—from British actor David Oyelowo, on the set of Lee Daniels’ The Butler.  

She watched a DVD of the low-budget movie and loved what she saw. She called Oyelowo and told him she and DuVernay were going to be friends.

“’I don’t have a lot of friends but I’m going to be friends with her,’” she remembered telling him. “I ended up having a big luncheon at my house just so I could invite her.”

DuVernay bought the most expensive flowers she had ever purchased for Winfrey, her idol in life and show business.

“She was so gracious,” recalled DuVernay, “but as she put [the flowers] down, I saw out the window acres of flowers in the ground.”

Interjected Winfrey, “So when you get invited to lunch, don’t bring me flowers.”

What DuVernay offered was much more valuable to Winfrey. “I knew this was the kind of person I wanted to collaborate with,” she said.

In 2014, Winfrey came aboard as a producer and actor on Selma, which DuVernay was directing.

“I remember it was 100 degrees,” Winfrey recalled about making Selma. “She is masterful in her control of the set and respected. The respect goes both ways so the crew is willing to do whatever they can for her, because she’s willing to do the same.”

Winfrey and DuVernay have gone on to a series of successful collaborations, including the TV series Queen Sugar, which launches a second season next week on the OWN network.

It was around the time of the Black Lives Matter movement. Winfrey told DuVernay she wanted their series to show what it really was like to be a “committed activist behind the scenes and trying to live a life that really matters.”

Winfrey and DuVernay insisted much of the crew and all of the episodic directors be women and people of color, many of whom hadn’t worked in TV before.

The show has won critical praise and DuVernay has gone on to direct A Wrinkle In Time for Disney, making her the first African-American woman to helm a movie with a budget over $100 million.

It isn’t a surprise to Winfrey, who credits DuVernay with the first series for OWN that fulfills her dream for what she wants her network to be.

“Ava is the throbbing heartbeat of the network because [Queen Sugar] represents everything I want to say about what it means to be human, to be connected, to be a family members.

“I said after she created the series,” added Winfrey with a laugh, “you never have to bring me another present – ever.”


Jennifer Lawrence Unhurt After Plane Makes Emergency Landing – Report

Actress Jennifer Lawrence was unhurt after the private plane she was flying in reportedly suffered a double-engine failure and was forced to make an emergency landing in Buffalo, N.Y.

According to a report by E!, the flight originated in Louisville, Ky., Lawrence’s hometown and where she had been visiting family. One of the engines failed at 31,000 feet. In the middle of the resulting emergency landing, the other engine failed. Despite operating without the engines, the pilots managed to land the plane safely in Buffalo, New York.

Multiple emergency vehicles greeted the plane upon landing, E! said.

Lawrence has most recently been shooting Fox spy thriller Red Sparrow, which reteams her with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence.


‘Sweet/Vicious’ Producers “Incredibly Hopeful” Series Will Find New Home After MTV Cancellation – ATX

Sweet/Vicious only enjoyed one season on MTV before it was canceled, much to the chagrin of its fans. At the ATX Television Festival today, EP Stacey Sher explained what happened.

“MTV took a really long time,” she said. “It killed us slowly and not so kindly, but they said to us, ‘If you can find a studio that will partner, we will go forward,’ which ultimately didn’t happen. We found four studios, and all we really need is a network now, and we’re still incredibly hopeful.”

“They’ve been very gracious,” Sher said of MTV, “and have said they’ll make it very easy for us, because they were very proud of the show and many people there cheerlead the show. They had a lot of regime changes, which was challenging.”

The show tackles the topic of campus rape, and features two lead female characters – Ophelia (Taylor Dearden) and Jules (Eliza Bennett) – who take vigilante action against the perpetrators of sexual assault.

Bennett, whose character is a sexual assault survivor, said the impact of the show has been immense, for herself and survivors with whom she spoke.

“I’m playing a sexual assault survivor,” she said, “so the most important thing was listening to people. That was hard, I get so emotional, because that’s when I found out that half of my friends had been raped and had never told anyone. That was so horrific. I would never have found that out unless we’d done the show.”

Said Sher, “The thing that was really extraordinary for me was I’ve been doing this for 30 years and I’ve never had an experience at work where everybody making decisions was a woman.

“Not to take anything away from any of the men I’ve worked with–the wonderful men–but I think the way we approached the very difficult scenes, there was kind of a cocoon in knowing what it was like because we’ve all been vulnerable in that way.”

Eliza Bennett


For creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, ensuring that male characters–even the perpetrators of assault–were fully-formed and complex was essential. 

“Most people were going to come at this show saying things like, ‘Oh, it’s man-bashing,” she said. “They’re probably not going to watch it, but for people who do take the time to see what it is, we wanted to make sure that they knew that was not our message, because that does a huge disservice to survivors, and does a huge disservice to everything we’re building.”

In closing, Robinson said that shows “get cancelled for reasons that have literally nothing to do with the show. That is what happened here. Unfortunately, our show is about something extremely important, and the disconnect between the business and the heart sucks.”


Donald Glover Shows Off His Lando Mustache in Han Solo

Donald Glover’s facial hair for Han Solo: A Star Wars Story has been revealed thanks to Woody Harrelson’s Instagram page. There are many iconic pieces to the Star Wars universe and one of them is definitely the sweet mustache of Billy Dee Williams that was first introduced in 1980′s The Empire Strikes Back. That mustache was used to sling Colt 45 back in the day with the popular slogan “It works every time” and has since gone on to earn legendary status.

When a Han Solo standalone movie was announced, many wondered how Donald Glover would channel his inner Lando Carissian. Now we’re getting a first look at what Glover will look like in the spin-off. The photo was taken earlier this week in Spain where the spin-off is being filmed and Glover is clearly mugging for the camera, proud of his Lando stache. This isn’t Glover’s first foray into the world of upper lip hair. Glover was seen promoting the latest Childish Gambino record with a pretty amazing mustache, which coincidentally was right around the time it was announced that Glover would be hanging with Han Solo.

Glover recently sat down with Deadline to talk about his hit show Atlanta and of course his role as Lando. Glover said the following.

“This is probably one of my favorite experiences ever. For working under, like, a huge conglomerate, it’s actually been quite an enjoyable, artistic thing. I get to play (Lando) in a way that I think is honest and true and cool…and I really respect him and I respect the actor who played him before. I’ve learned a lot about this character…”

Elsewhere in the interview Glover talks about his Lando character possibly being a little bit “more complicated” than Han Solo. Glover really seems like the most obvious choice for the role and many are starting to wonder if we might get a Lando standalone movie.

There’s no word on what Chewbacca thinks about young Lando’s mustache, but one has to imagine that he doesn’t really think it’s that big of a deal. I mean, Chewie’s whole body is just one giant mustache, but maybe he feels like Lando’s mustache is an attempt of solidarity with the Wookie? This is pure speculation and it’s unclear if any other characters will be growing out mustaches for the Han Solo spin-off, but it is clear that Harrelson does not have one. So it’s safe to say that his character will not have any facial hair unless he’s using a fake mustache, which would technically be cheating.

The Han Solo spin-off movie will be released on May 25th, 2018 so we’ve still got quite a while to wait, but hopefully some kind of teaser trailer will be ready in time for the release of The Last Jedi in November. In other news, Glover has said that his Childish Gambino will only release one more album and then call it quits, which has come as a shock to many since the last Childish Gambino record was such a hit. Maybe a Lando-themed band will come next: Lando and the Carissians.


Tom Hardy Wanted as Jafar in Disney’s Aladdin Live-Action Remake?

Sources are saying that Tom Hardy is in talks to portray Jafar in Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin remake. It was already a big surprise when Disney announced Richie’s involvement in this live-action update of the beloved animated movie, and there are apparently a lot more surprises in store. Currently Will Smith is also rumored to be in the remake, possibly playing the Ritchie was recently asked about the possibility of Smith’s involvement, but the filmmaker just smiled and said that he can’t reveal much before saying, “I love Will Smith very much. It would make me very happy to be making it with him.”

Which leads us to today’s new rumor. The UK paper TheSun is reporting that Richie has been in talks with Hardy to play the villain Jafar in the upcoming movie. According to a source close to The Sun (no pun intended), Ritchie is a big fan of Hardy’s work. Read what the anonymous source had to say below.

“Guy is a huge fan of Tom’s work and securing him would be a major coup. There have been conversations and, although nothing is set in stone and things are subject to change, he’s certainly one of Guy’s favored choices. It just depends on schedules whether he’ll be able to sign up.”

Now it should be noted that TheSun is probably not the most reliable source, so we’ll take this news with a decent grain of salt. Hardy and Ritchie do have a history together. Tom Hardy played Handsome Bob in Ritchie’s 2008 movie RocknRolla, which was not a box office smash and has had mixed reviews to say the least. One thing that most critics could agree upon was Hardy’s small role in the movie was outstanding. The role solidified Hardy’s in-demand status that he commands today, but will he make a good Jafar in a Guy Ritchie remake of Aladdin? Nonetheless, the thought of seeing Hardy as a villain again is exciting on its own.

The anonymous source also revealed that British girl group Little Mix’s Jade Thirwall is in talks to play the role of Princess Jasmine. Apparently talks have been going on far quite a while with Thirwall. The source says that.

“Jasmine is Jade’s perfect role, so she’s delighted to have got this far in the process.”

Again, take this information with a grain of salt. There really is nothing else to go off of except that Thirwall is a huge Disney fan that frequents the amusement park. The same can be said about a lot of people of all ages. But if it does, the rest of the band reportedly has their “fingers crossed” for Thirwall.

Ritchie’s Aladdin musical remake appears to be a pretty big gamble on Disney’s part, but with the success of the Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast live-action remakes it seems that Disney can do no wrong. Aladdin is expected to begin production soon with a release date to follow soon. Let’s just hope it’s better than Ritchie’s latest movie King Arthur.


Adam West Remembered as Hollywood Mourns the Loss of TV’s Batman

Adam West, the actor best known for his role as Batman in the 1960s television series, has died at the age of 88 from a battle with leukemia late on Friday night. West’s family shared a statement with Variety to confirm the news. The family offered this to fans.

“Our dad always saw himself as the Bright Knight, and aspired to make a positive impact on his fans’ lives. He was and will always be our hero.”

For many, Adam West was their introduction to the world of Batman, and for some, he was the only Batman that mattered. One of West’s many talents as an actor was not taking himself too seriously. He could keep a straight face through the most absurd moments, while keeping the fun going on the campy 60′s television show. He could surf with the joker, dance with Catwoman while doing the “Batusi,” campaigning for mayor of Gotham alongside the Penguin, or not being able to find a safe place to throw a bomb, just to name a few. West performed all of these acts with tongue pressed firmly in cheek, bringing joy to millions over the decades.

West’s portrayal of Batman was much different than what came afterwards. Michael Keaton started with a dark version of the hero that has stuck all the way through to Ben Affleck. West was asked to rank the many different versions of the caped crusader on an episode of The Big Bang Theory and his ranking was as follows: “It should be me, Keaton, Kilmer, Lego, Bale, and that pretty boy Clooney.” West was always able to keep his sense of humor intact while watching other actors step into his shoes. And new fans of Batman were always in for a treat to get introduced to the lighthearted 60s version through numerous home video releases as well as constant reruns of the campy show.

Another way that West broke through to new generations was through his hilarious voice acting work on Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy series. West took on the role of Mayor Adam West, a highly delusional, odd politician that eventually became Peter Griffin’s brother-in-law after marrying Lois’ sister. West also voiced characters on Adventures of Batman, Legends of the Superheroes, and The Simpsons. In addition, West lent talents to DC Comics comedy series Powerless, where he played the character Chairman West as well as narrating the show.

In addition to West’s family, Hollywood has taken to social media to mourn the loss of Adam West. Burt Ward, who played the role of Robin alongside West shared that he was “devastated at the loss of one of my dearest friends.” Ward says this.

“Adam and I had a special friendship for more than 50 years. We shared some of the most fun of our lives together… there were several fine actors who have portrayed Batman in films, in my eyes there was only one real Batman and that is and will always be Adam West; He truly was the Bright Knight.”

Another Batman costar Julie Newmar, aka Catwoman, shared a statement as well on the actor’s death.

“Stellar, exemplar, a king to the end. He was bright, witty and fun to work with. I will miss him in the physical world and savor him always in the world of imagination and creativity. He meant so much to people.”

Seth MacFarlane, Mark Hamill, Conan O’Brien, James Gunn, Michael McKean, Will Arnett, George Takei, Kumail Nanjiani, Jamie Lee Curtis, Elijah Wood, Neil Gaman, Val Kilmer, LeVar Burton, Stephen Glickman, Edgar Wright, Robin Lord Taylor, Ben Sherman, and many, many more took to social media to share their thoughts on the passing of Adam West. You can read those posts below.

— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) June 10, 2017

#AdamWest was such a wonderful actor & so kind, I’m so lucky to have worked w/ him & tell him how much he meant to me & millions of fans.

— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) June 10, 2017

God Bless Adam West

— Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) June 10, 2017

Although I haven’t often talked about it, before I could barely read, YOU were the reason I fell in love with superheroes.

— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) June 10, 2017

Farewell, Adam West.

— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) June 10, 2017

RIP Adam West. You will always be Batman

— Will Arnett™ (@arnettwill) June 10, 2017

RIP Adam West. You’ll always be Batman to me.

— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) June 10, 2017

RIP Adam West. First person I saw who was funny, badass & cool all at once.

— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) June 10, 2017

Holy heartbreak Batman. Adam West was a big part of my childhood. We were acquaintances in my adulthood. A wonderful man who will b missed.

— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) June 10, 2017

Sad to hear of Adam West’s passing. A legend as Batman but also, Ty Lookwell

— Elijah Wood (@elijahwood) June 10, 2017

Rest in Peace Adam West. We met once in 1987 and I was too embarrassed and too foolishly “cool” to tell you what you meant to my childhood.

— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 10, 2017

Ah dear Adam West. He was always so kind when we met. A real gent. Once when I was a kid we found ourselves in front the batmobile. I got in

— Val Kilmer (@valkilmer) June 10, 2017

Noooo… not Adam West! What a good man!#genuine

— LeVar Burton (@levarburton) June 10, 2017

So sad to hear about the passing of Adam West. Such a huge loss today. He was a legend. The greatest Batman of all time.

— StephenGlickman (@StephenGlickman) June 10, 2017

Farewell Adam West. You were MY Batman. Such a super funny, cool, charismatic actor. Loved the show as a kid, still love the show now. POW!

— edgarwright (@edgarwright) June 10, 2017

Gotham City has lost a legend. Adam West was every bit as gracious and loving in person as you’d expect. @therealadamwest

— Robin Lord Taylor (@robinlordtaylor) June 10, 2017

“That’s one trouble with dual identities, Robin. Dual responsibilities.” – Adam West #RIPAdamWest#Batman

— Ben Sherwood (@bensherwood) June 10, 2017

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