West portrayed the first live-action version of the character, appearing in a television series and three television films. Keaton, Kilmer and Clooney stars as Batman in the Burton-Schumacher films, while Conroy voiced the character in the DC Animated Universe films. Bale headlined The Dark Knight trilogy, Affleck appeared as Batman in the DC Extended Universe and Pattinson in The Batman-connected films.

The following is a list of cast members who voiced or portrayed characters appearing in the Batman films. The list is sorted by film and character, as some characters may have been portrayed by multiple actors.

Actors Lewis Wilson and Robert Lowery first appeared as the character in the serial films, Batman (1943) and Batman and Robin (1949). While Adam West reprised his role as Batman from the 1960s television series in Batman: The Movie (1966).

In the Burton / Schumacher films, this iteration of the character is first portrayed by Michael Keaton in Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992) and later would reprise the role in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) film, The Flash. Actor Val Kilmer would later replace Keaton in the role in Batman Forever (1995) and would also be replaced by George Clooney in Batman & Robin (1997). The series was later cancelled due to the lukewarm reception to Batman & Robin.

Actor, Kevin Conroy voiced the character in multiple theatrical and Direct-to-DVD films as multiple iterations of the character. This started with reprising his role from the DC Animated Universe in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993), Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (1998), Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000), Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003) and Batman and Harley Quinn (2017). Conroy would later voice the character in multiple films in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies.

In Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, this iteration of the character is portrayed by Christian Bale in Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). In 2016, a new iteration of the character was introduced in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), portrayed by Ben Affleck. In the films Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad (both 2016), Justice League (2017) as well as filming additional scenes in the film's director's cut (2021) and in The Flash (2022).

Will Arnett voices the character in The Lego Movie franchise as well as a spin-off The Lego Batman Movie (2017). In Joker (2019), Dante Pereira-Olson portrays a younger version of Bruce Wayne in a minor role. Robert Pattinson portrays a younger iteration of the character in Matt Reeves' film The Batman (2022), which is intended to launch a Batman shared universe, with two sequels planned and two spin-off television series in development for HBO Max.

Other prominent cast members who appear in the films and/or series within the franchise include Burgess Meredith, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken, Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman, Mark Hamill, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Heath Ledger, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, J. K. Simmons, Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, John Turturro and Lady Gaga.

Feature-length live-action films

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Characters Batman Batman and Robin Batman: The Movie
1943 1949 1966
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Lewis Wilson Robert Lowery Adam West
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Robin
Douglas Croft Johnny Duncan Burt Ward
Alfred Pennyworth William Austin Eric Wilton Alan Napier
Dr. Daka J. Carrol Naish
Linda Page Shirley Patterson
James Gordon Lyle Talbot Neil Hamilton
Vicki Vale Jane Adams

Burton and Schumacher series (1989–1997)

The Burton and Schumacher series was a series of American superhero films with the first two installments directed by Tim Burton and the following two installments directed by Joel Schumacher. The two Burton-films left a legacy and influenced Hollywood's modern marketing and development techniques of the superhero film genre.[1] While Schumacher's Batman & Robin (1997) is regarded as one of the worst rated superhero films of all time.[2] Many Batman storylines serve as inspiration such as Batman: The Killing Joke, the tone of The Dark Knight Returns, The Man Behind the Red Hood! and Catwoman: Her Sister's Keeper. In 2023, it retroactively confirmed that the Burton-directed and Schumacher-directed films are set in two different continuities.[3]

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Characters Batman Batman Returns Batman Forever Batman & Robin
1989 1992 1995 1997
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Michael Keaton
Charles RoskillyY
Michael Keaton Val Kilmer
Ramsey EllisY
George Clooney
Eric LloydY
Introduced in Batman
Bob Tracey Walter
Mayor Borg Lee Wallace
Harvey Dent
Two-Face
Billy Dee Williams Tommy Lee Jones
Lieutenant Max Eckhardt William Hootkins
James Gordon Pat Hingle
Carl Grissom Jack Palance
Alicia Hunt Jerry Hall
Alexander Knox Robert Wuhl
Jack Napier
The Joker
Jack Nicholson
Hugo E. BlickY
David U. HodgesCY
Alfred Pennyworth Michael Gough Michael Gough
Jon SimmonsY
Vicki Vale Kim Basinger
Martha Wayne Sharon Holm Eileen Seeley
Thomas Wayne David Baxt Michael Scranton
Introduced in Batman Returns
Oswald Cobblepot
The Penguin
Danny DeVito
Esther Cobblepot Diane Salinger
Tucker Cobblepot Paul Reubens
The Ice Princess Cristi Conaway
Selina Kyle
Catwoman
Michelle Pfeiffer
Mayor of Gotham City Michael Murphy
The Organ Grinder Vincent Schiavelli
The Poodle Lady Anna Katarina
Charles "Chip" Shreck Andrew Bryniarski
Max Shreck Christopher Walken
The Tattooed Strongman Rick Zumwalt
The Thin Clown Doug Jones
Introduced in Batman Forever
Dr. Burton René Auberjonois
Gossip Gerty Elizabeth Sanders
John Grayson Larry A. Lee
Mary Grayson Glory Fioramonti
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Robin
Chris O'Donnell
Mayor of Gotham City George Wallace
Dr. Chase Meridian Nicole Kidman
Edward Nygma
The Riddler
Jim Carrey
Spice Debi Mazar
Fred Stickley Ed Begley Jr.
Sugar Drew Barrymore
Introduced in Batman & Robin
Antonio Diego
Bane
Michael Reid MacKay
Robert Swenson
Nora Fries Vendela Kirsebom
Victor Fries
Mister Freeze
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Ms. B. Haven Vivica A. Fox
Pamela Isley
Poison Ivy
Uma Thurman
Dr. Lee Michael Paul Chan
Julie Madison Elle Macpherson
Barbara Wilson
Batgirl
Alicia Silverstone
Dr. Jason Woodrue John Glover

The Dark Knight trilogy (2005–2012)

The Dark Knight is a trilogy of American superhero films all directed by Christopher Nolan. The first reboot of the Batman film series, it is credited for revitalizing the Batman character in popular culture, shifting its tone towards a darker and more serious/realistic tone and style. Many Batman storylines serve as inspiration such as Batman: Year One, The Killing Joke, The Long Halloween, Knightfall, The Dark Knight Returns and No Man's Land. The trilogy has been ranked among the greatest ever made.

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Characters Batman Begins The Dark Knight The Dark Knight Rises
2005 2008 2012
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Christian Bale
Gus LewisY
Christian Bale Christian Bale
Gus LewisAY
Introduced in Batman Begins
Ra's al Ghul Liam Neeson Liam NeesonC
Josh PenceY
Joe Chill Richard Brake
Jonathan Crane
Scarecrow
Cillian Murphy
Rachel Dawes Katie Holmes
Emma LockhartY
Maggie Gyllenhaal Maggie GyllenhaalAP
Decoy Ra's al Ghul Ken Watanabe
William Earle Rutger Hauer
High Court Judge Faden Gerard Murphy
Carmine Falcone Tom Wilkinson
Carl Finch Larry Holden
Arnold Flass Mark Boone Junior
Lucius Fox Morgan Freeman
James Gordon Gary Oldman
Gillian B. Loeb Colin McFarlane
Alfred Pennyworth Michael Caine
Martha Wayne Sara Stewart
Thomas Wayne Linus Roache Linus RoacheA
Victor Zsasz Tim Booth
Introduced in The Dark Knight
The Chechen Ritchie Coster
Harvey Dent Aaron Eckhart Aaron EckhartAP
Mike Engel Anthony Michael Hall
Gambol Michael Jai White
Mayor Anthony Garcia Néstor Carbonell
Barbara Eileen Gordon Melinda McGraw
James Gordon Jr. Nathan Gamble
The Joker Heath Ledger
Lau Chin Han
Sal Maroni Eric Roberts
Anna Ramirez Monique Gabriela Curnen
Coleman Reese Joshua Harto
Gerard Stephens Keith Szarabajka
Michael Wuertz Ron Dean
Introduced in The Dark Knight Rises
Talia al Ghul Marion Cotillard
Joey KingY
Bane Tom Hardy
Barsad Josh Stewart
Robin John Blake Joseph Gordon-Levitt
John Daggett Ben Mendelsohn
Peter Foley Matthew Modine
Byron Gilley Brett Cullen
Jen Juno Temple
Mark Jones Daniel Sunjata
Selina Kyle Anne Hathaway
Leonid Pavel Alon Abutbul
Father Reilly Chris Ellis
Philip Stryver Burn Gorman
Bill Wilson Aidan Gillen

Shared universes

DC Extended Universe (2016–2023)

Main articles: List of DC Extended Universe cast members and Characters of the DC Extended Universe

Standard DC logo, used in every DC franchise.

The DC Extended Universe (DCEU) was an American media franchise and shared universe centered on a series of superhero films starting in 2013 with Man of Steel and ending in 2023 with Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. It was based on characters that appear in American comic books published by DC Comics. The DCEU introduced multiple pre-established supporting and antagonistic characters from the Batman mythos. The inspiration for the DCEU version of Batman is based on The Dark Knight Returns and A Death in the Family. The reception to the franchise and depiction of its characters/storylines has generally been mixed among critics and fans.

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Characters Batman v Superman:
Dawn of Justice
Suicide Squad Justice League
Zack Snyder's Justice League
Birds of Prey The Flash
2016 2016 2017–2021 2020 2023
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Ben Affleck
Brandon SpinkY
Ben Affleck Ben AffleckU
George ClooneyCU
Introduced in the DC Extended Universe
Ares David ThewlisC
Carrie Ferris Christina Wren
Hippolyta Connie Nelson
J'onn J'onzz
Calvin Swanwick / Martian Manhunter
Harry Lennix Harry LennixE
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
Henry Cavill Henry Cavill Henry CavillS
Jonathan Kent Kevin Costner Kevin CostnerEAV
Martha Kent Diane Keaton Diane Keaton
Lois Lane Amy Adams Amy Adams
Nuidis Vulko Willem DafoeE
Perry White Laurence Fishburne
Introduced in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Barry Allen
The Flash
Ezra MillerC Ezra Miller Ezra Miller
Ian LohY
Arthur Curry
Aquaman
Jason MomoaC Jason MomoaP Jason Momoa Jason MamoaC
Doomsday Robin Atkin Downes Robin Atkin DownesAES
June Finch Holly Hunter
Mercy Graves Tao Okamoto
Anatoli Knyazev Callan Mulvey
Lex Luthor Jesse Eisenberg Jesse Eisenberg
Jimmy Olsen Michael CassidyC
Alfred Pennyworth Jeremy Irons Jeremy Irons Jeremy Irons
Diana Prince
Wonder Woman
Gal Gadot Gal Gadot Gal GadotC
Steppenwolf CGIES Ciarán Hinds
Silas Stone Joe MortonC Joe Morton
Victor Stone
Cyborg
Ray FisherC Ray Fisher
Martha Wayne Lauren CohanC
Thomas Wayne Jeffrey Dean MorganC
Introduced in Suicide Squad
George "Digger" Harkness
Captain Boomerang
Jai Courtney Jai CourtneyP Jai CourtneyS
The Joker Jared Leto Jared LetoE Johnny Goth (stand-in)
Waylon Jones
Killer Croc
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
Floyd Lawton
Deadshot
Will Smith
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Margot Robbie Margot Robbie
Amanda Waller Viola Davis
Introduced in Justice League
Crispus Allen Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Henry Allen Billy Crudup Ron Livingston
Artemis Aurore LauzeralC
Ryan Choi Ryan ZhengE
Darkseid Ray PorterE
DeSaad Peter GuinnessE
James Gordon J. K. Simmons
Granny Goodness CGIES
Kilowog
Mera Amber Heard
Elinore Stone Karen BrysonE
Iris West Kiersey ClemonsE Kiersey Clemons
Slade Wilson
Deathstroke
Joe Manganiello
Zeus Sergi ConstanceC
Introduced in Birds of Prey
Helena Bertinelli
Huntress
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Cassandra Cain Ella Jay Basco
Dinah Lance
Black Canary
Jurnee Smollett-Bell
Renee Montoya Rosie Perez
Roman Sionis
Black Mask
Ewan McGregor
Victor Zsasz Chris Messina
Introduced in The Flash
Barry Allen[a] Ezra Miller
Barry Allen
Dark Flash
[b]
Henry Allen[a] Ron Livingston
Nora Allen Maribel Verdú
Nora Allen[a]
Thomas Curry[a] Temuera MorrisonC
Albert Desmond Rudy Mancuso
Albert Desmond[a]
Alberto Falcone Luke Brandon Field
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
[c]
Christopher ReeveSC
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
[d]
George ReevesSC
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
[e]
Nicolas CageSC
Jay Garrick
The Flash
[d]
CGISC
Patty Spivot Saoirse-Monica Jackson
Patty Spivot[a]
Faora-Ul[a] Antje Traue
Bruce Wayne
Batman
[f]
Michael Keaton
Bruce Wayne
Batman
[g]
Adam WestSC
General Zod[a] Michael Shannon
Kara Zor-El
Supergirl
[a]
Sasha Calle
Kara Zoe-El / Linda Lee
Supergirl
[c]
Helen SlaterSC

The Batman franchise (2022–present)

The Batman franchise is an American media franchise and shared universe created by filmmaker Matt Reeves and producer Dylan Clark. The franchise is centered on a series of superhero and crime films and television series focusing primarily on the Batman and the supporting characters from the Batman mythos. It started in 2022 as the third reboot of the Batman film series, with a Batman trilogy and a number of films and series spin-offs centered on members of Batman's rogues gallery in development. The storylines, Batman: Year One, The Long Halloween, and Ego served as inspiration.

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Characters The Batman The Batman – Part II
2022 2025
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Robert Pattinson
Oscar NovakYP
Robert Pattinson
Introduced in The Batman
Annika Hana Hrzic
Mackenzie Bock Con O'Neill
Oswald "Oz" Cobblepot
The Penguin
Colin Farrell
Gil Colson Peter Sarsgaard
Carmine Falcone John Turturro
James Gordon Jeffrey Wright
The Joker Barry KeoghanC[h] Barry Keoghan
Kenzie Peter McDonald
Selina Kyle Zoë Kravitz
Salvatore Maroni Uncredited extraC
Martinez Gil Perez-Abraham
Don Mitchell Jr. Rupert Penry-Jones
Edward Nashton
The Riddler
Paul Dano
Joseph WalkerYP
Alfred Pennyworth Andy Serkis
Bella Reál Jayme Lawson
Pete Savage Alex Ferns
Martha Wayne Stella StockerP
Thomas Wayne Luke RobertsC
Introduced in The Batman – Part II
Clayface TBA
Dick Grayson TBA

DC Universe (–2025)

The DC Universe (DCU) is an upcoming American media franchise and shared universe centered on a series of superhero films and television series based on characters that appear in American comic books published by DC Comics. It serves as the successor and soft reboot of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). The story of the DCU is divided into chapters, starting with "Gods and Monsters" which will begin in 2024 with the animated series Creature Commandos. DC Studios co-Chairmen and co-CEOs, James Gunn and Peter Safran considered the chapter's first film, Superman (2025), to be the true beginning of the DCU.

Joker films (2019–present)

Logo of the Joker films.

The Joker films are an American thriller character study films directed by Todd Phillips focused on the origins and stories of the DC Comics supervillain, the Joker and the later Harley Quinn. The series take inspiration from gritty psychological films such as Taxi Driver (1976) and The King of Comedy (1982) both directed by Martin Scorsese as well as loosely adapting plot elements from the storylines, The Killing Joke and Mad Love. Though the filmmakers otherwise did not look to specific comics for inspiration.

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Characters Joker Joker: Folie à Deux
2019 2024
Arthur Fleck
Joker
Joaquin Phoenix
Introduced in Joker
GCPD Detective Burke Bill Camp
Joe Chill Uncredited extraC
Sophie Dumond Zazie Beetz
Penny Fleck Frances Conroy
Hannah GrossCY
Murray Franklin Robert De Niro
GCPD Detective Garrity Shea Whigham
Gary Leigh Gill
Alfred Pennyworth Douglas Hodge
Randall Glenn Fleshler
Gene Ufland Marc Maron
Bruce Wayne Dante Pereira-Olson
Martha Wayne Carrie Louise Putrello
Thomas Wayne Brett Cullen
Introduced in Joker: Folie à Deux
Harvey Dent TBA
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Lady Gaga
TBA Brendan Gleeson
TBA Catherine Keener
TBA Harry Lawtey
TBA Jacob Lofland

Feature-length animated films

DC Animated Universe (1993–2019)

The DC Animated Universe (DCAU) was a shared universe centered on a group of animated television series based on DC Comics characters and stories. It initially began with Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 and ended with Justice League Unlimited in 2006. Five feature films, four primarily focusing on Batman and his supporting characters are also in the continuity that continued to be released years later.

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Character Batman:
Mask of the Phantasm
Batman & Mr. Freeze:
SubZero
Batman Beyond:
Return of the Joker
Batman:
Mystery of the Batwoman
Batman and Harley Quinn
1993 1998 2000 2003 2017
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Kevin Conroy
Introduced in the DC Animated Universe
Ace the Bat-Hound Frank Welker
Bane Héctor Elizondo
Harvey Bullock Robert Costanzo Robert Costanzo
Michael J. Carter
Booster Gold
Bruce TimmC
Oswald Cobblepot
The Penguin
David Ogden Stiers
Charles "Rhino" Daily Robin Atkin Downes
Tim Drake
Robin
Dean Stockwell
Mathew ValenciaY
Eli Marienthal
Victor Fries
Mister Freeze
Michael Ansara
Summer Gleeson Mari Devon
Barbara Gordon
Batgirl
Mary Kay Bergman Angie Harmon
Tara StrongY
Tara Strong
James Gordon Bob Hastings Bob Hastings
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Robin / Nightwing
Loren Lester Loren Lester
Pamela Isley
Poison Ivy
Paget Brewster
The Joker Mark Hamill Mark Hamill
Terry McGinnis
Batman
Will Friedle
Min & Max Rob Paulsen
Renee Montoya Liane Schirmer
Alfred Pennyworth Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Arleen Sorkin Melissa Rauch
Rupert Thorne John Vernon
Veronica Vreeland Marilu Henner
Introduced in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Andrea Beaumont
Phantasm
Dana Delany
Stacy Keach
Carl Beaumont Stacy Keach
Buzz Bronski John P. Ryan
Arthur Reeves Hart Bochner
Charles "Chuckie" Sol Dick Miller
Salvatore Valestra Abe Vigoda
Introduced in Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero
Dean Arbagast Dean Jones
Dr. Gregory Belson George Dzundza
Hotchka and Shaka Frank Welker
Koonak Rahi Azizi
Introduced in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
Charles Buntz
Chucko
Donald Patrick Harvey
Delia and Deidre Dennis
Dee Dee
Melissa Joan Hart
Benjamin Knox
Bonk
Henry Rollins
Jordan Pryce Mark Hamill
Stewart Winthrop III
Ghoul
Michael Rosenbaum
Woof the Hyena-Man Frank Welker
Introduced in Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
Sonia Alcana
Batwoman
Elisa Gabrielli
Kyra Sedgwick
Cyndi Almouzni Herself
Roxanne Ballantine
Batwoman
Kelly Ripa
Kyra Sedgwick
Kathy Duquesne
Batwoman
Kimberly Brooks
Kyra Sedgwick
Carlton Duquesne Kevin Michael Richardson
Kevin Tim Dang
Introduced in Batman and Harley Quinn
Dr. Harold Goldblum Rob Paulsen
Alec Holland
Swamp Thing
John DiMaggio
Bobby Liebowitz Trevor Devall
Sarge Steel John DiMaggio
Wesley Eric Bauza
Jason Woodrue
Floronic Man
Kevin Michael Richardson

DC Universe Animated Original Movies (2008–present)

The DC Universe Animated Original Movies are a series of American direct-to-video superhero animated standalone films based on DC Comics characters and stories. Gotham Knight (2008) is set in the continuity of the Dark Knight trilogy. While Assault on Arkham (2014) is set in the continuity of the Batman: Arkham video game franchise. The Batman storylines adapted were The Dark Knight Returns, The Doom That Came to Gotham, Gotham by Gaslight, The Killing Joke, Under the Hood and Year One.

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Characters Batman:
Gotham Knight
Batman:
Under the Red Hood
Batman:
Year One
Batman:
The Dark Knight Returns
Batman:
Assault on Arkham
Batman:
The Killing Joke
Batman:
Gotham by Gaslight
Batman:
Soul of the Dragon
Batman:
The Doom That Came to Gotham
2008 2010 2011 2012–2013 2014 2016 2018 2021 2023
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Kevin Conroy
Hynden WalchY
Bruce Greenwood Ben McKenzie Peter Weller Kevin Conroy Kevin Conroy Bruce Greenwood David Giuntoli David Giuntoli
Jason MarsdenY
Supporting Characters
Crispus Allen Gary Dourdan
Harvey Bullock Robin Atkin Downes John DiMaggio
Cassandra Cain
Batgirl
Tati Gabrielle
Tim Drake
Robin
Tara Strong
Lucius Fox Kevin Michael Richardson Tim Russ
Barbara Gordon
Batgirl / Oracle
Tara Strong Gideon Adlon
James Gordon Jim Meskimen Gary Cole Bryan Cranston David Selby Chris Cox Ray Wise Scott Patterson
Dick Grayson
Nightwing
Neil Patrick Harris Lincoln Melcher Jason Marsden
Carrie Kelley
Robin
Ariel Winter
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
Mark Valley
Selina Kyle
Catwoman
Eliza Dushku Tress MacNeille Jennifer Carpenter
Alfred Pennyworth David McCallum Jim Piddock Jeff Bennett Michael Jackson Martin Jarvis Brian George Anthony Head
Oliver Queen
Green Arrow
Robin Atkin Downes Christopher Gorham
Leslie Thompkins Grey DeLisle
Jason Todd
Red Hood / Robin
Jensen Ackles
Vincent Martella (teen)
Alexander MartellaY
Photograph Karan Brar
Martha Wayne Andrea Romano No voice actor Emily O'Brien
Thomas Wayne Jason Marsden Bruce Timm Darin De Paul
Antagonists
Ra's al Ghul Jason Isaacs
Amazo Fred Tatasciore
Bane No voice actor
Oswald Cobblepot
Penguin
Nolan North
Jonathan Crane
Scarecrow
Corey Burton Christian Lanz
Harvey Dent
Two-Face
Robin Atkin Downes Wade Williams No voice actor No voice actor Yuri Lowenthal
Carmine Falcone Alex Rocco
Solomon Grundy David Forseth
Pamela Isley
Poison Ivy
No voice actor Kari Wuhrer Gideon Adlon
Joker John DiMaggio Michael Emerson Troy Baker Mark Hamill
Waylon Jones
Killer Croc
Creature effects
Anatoli Knyazev
KGBeast
Nolan North
Floyd Lawton
Deadshot
Jim Meskimen Neal McDonough
Gillian B. Loeb Jon Polito
Sal Maroni Rob Paulsen Rick D. Wasserman
Mutant Leader Gary Anthony Williams
Edward Nigma
The Riddler
Bruce Timm Matthew Gray Gubler
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Hynden Walch Photograph
Roman Sionis
Black Mask
Wade Williams
Hugo Strange William Salyers
Victor Zsasz Christian Lanz
Other Characters
Talia al Ghul No voice actor
Sarah Essen Katee Sackhoff Grey DeLisle
Arnold John Flass Fred Tatasciore
Barbara Eileen Kean Grey DeLisle Kari Wuhrer
Lana Lang Paget Brewster
Vicki Vale Grey DeLisle
Amanda Waller CCH Pounder
Ellen Yindel Maria Canals-Barrera

DC Animated Movie Universe (2013–2020)

The DC Animated Movie Universe (DCAMU) was an American media franchise and shared universe centered on a series of superhero films, that featured plot elements inspired by The New 52 continuity. It is apart of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies line of animated films. The storylines loosely adapted were Batman and Son, Night of the Owls and Hush.

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Character Son of Batman Nightwing and Robin Batman vs. Robin Batman: Bad Blood Batman: Hush
2014 2015 2015 2016 2019
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Jason O'Mara Jason O'MaraACV Jason O'Mara
Griffin GluckY
Jason O'Mara
Introduced in the DC Animated Movie Universe
Basil Karlo
Clayface
Adam Gifford
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
Jerry O'Connell
Lois Lane Rebecca Romijn
Lex Luthor Rainn Wilson
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Hynden Walch
Amanda Waller Vanessa Williams
Martha Wayne No voice actorC
Thomas Wayne Kevin ConroyC
Slade Wilson
Deathstroke
Thomas Gibson
Introduced in Son of Batman
Ra's al Ghul Giancarlo Esposito
Talia al Ghul Morena Baccarin Morena Baccarin
Bane John Smith
Oswald Cobblepot
Penguin
Robbie Patterson No voice actorC
Harvey Dent
Two-Face
No voice actorC No voice actorC
James Gordon Bruce Thomas Bruce Thomas
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Nightwing / Batman II
Sean Maher No voice actor Sean Mahner
Joker Dee Bradley BakerC Jason Spisak
Waylon Jones
Killer Croc
Fred Tatasciore
Francine Langstrom Diane Michelle
Kirk Langstrom Xander Berkeley
Rebecca Langstrom Kari Wahlgren
Alfred Pennyworth David McCallum David McCallum James Garrett
Ubu Bruce Thomas
Damian Wayne
Robin
Stuart Allan No voice actor Stuart Allan Stuart AllenC
Introduced in Nightwing and Robin
Jonathan Crane
Scarecrow
Michael Rosenbaum Chris Cox
Talon No voice actorC Jeremy Sisto
Introduced in Batman vs. Robin
Court of Owls Grandmaster Robin Atkin Downes
Court of Owls Lieutenant Troy Baker
Kate Kane
Batwoman
No voice actorC Yvonne Strahovski
Anton Schott
Dollmaker
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Samantha Vanaver Grey DeLisle
Introduced in Batman: Bad Blood
Black Mask Steven Blum
Blockbuster John DiMaggio
Electrocutioner Robin Atkin Downes
Firefly Steven Blum
Lucius Fox Ernie Hudson
Luke Fox
Batwing
Gaius Charles
Barbara Gordon
Batgirl
No voice actorC Peyton R. List
Hellhound Matthew Mercer
Heretic Travis Willingham
Colonel Jacob Kane Geoff Pierson
Killer Moth Jason Spisak
Kori Kari WahlgrenVC
Noah Kuttler
Calculator
Jason Spisak
Renee Montoya Vanessa Marshall
Chuckie Sol Matthew Mercer
Jervis Tetch
Mad Hatter
Robin Atkin Downes
Tusk John DiMaggio
Introduced in Batman: Hush
Thomas Elliot Maury Sterling
Victor Fries
Mister Freeze
No voice actorC
Pamela Isley
Poison Ivy
Peyton List
Selina Kyle
Catwoman
Jennifer Morrison
Lady Shiva Sachie Alessio
Edward Nygma
The Riddler / Hush
Geoffrey Arend

Tomorrowverse (2020–present)

The Tomorrowverse is the name given to an American media franchise and shared universe that serves as the successor and soft reboot of the DC Animated Movie Universe (DCAMU). It is apart of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies line of animated films. The storyline adapted so far is Batman: The Long Halloween.

Batman '66 films (2016–2017)

The Batman '66 films are two American animated superhero films serving as a continuation from the 1960s Batman TV series.

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Characters Batman (TV series) Batman:
Return of the Caped Crusaders
Batman vs. Two-Face
1966–68 2016 2017
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Adam West Adam West
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Robin
Burt Ward Burt Ward
Introduced in the television series
Catwoman Julie Newmar Julie Newmar
Aunt Harriet Cooper Madge Blake Lynne Marie Stewart
Warden Crichton David Lewis Thomas Lennon
James Gordon Neil Hamilton Jim Ward
Joker Cesar Romero Jeff Bergman
King Tut Victor Buono No voice actor Wally Wingert
Chief Miles O'Hara Stafford Repp Thomas Lennon
Penguin Burgess Meredith William Salyers
Alfred Pennyworth Alan Napier Steven Weber
Riddler Frank Gorshin Wally Wingert
Introduced in Batman vs. Two-Face
Lucilee Diamond Lee Meriwether
Harvey Dent
Two-Face
William Shatner
Harleen Quinzel Sirena Irwin
Hugo Strange Jim Ward

Lego

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This section includes characters who will appear or have appeared in noteworthy roles.

Character Lego DC Comics Super Heroes film series The Lego Movie film series
Lego Batman:
The Movie –

DC Super Heroes Unite
Lego DC Comics:
Batman Be-Leaguered
Justice League vs. Bizarro League Justice League:
Attack of the Legion of Doom
Justice League:
Cosmic Clash
Justice League:
Gotham City Breakout
The Flash Aquaman:
Rage of Atlantis
Lego DC Batman:
Family Matters
Lego DC: Shazam!:
Magic and Monsters
The Lego Movie The Lego Batman Movie The Lego Movie 2:
The Second Part
Bruce Wayne
Batman
Troy Baker Will Arnett Will Arnett
Adam WestA
Will Arnett
Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superman
Travis Willingham Nolan North Nolan North Channing Tatum
Barry Allen
The Flash
Charlie Schlatter James Arnold Taylor James Arnold Taylor James Arnold Taylor Adam DeVine
Wonder Woman Laura Bailey Grey DeLisle Kari Wahlgren Grey Griffin Grey Griffin Cobie Smulders Cobie Smulders
Cyborg Brian Bloom Khary Payton No voice actor
Lex Luthor Clancy Brown John DiMaggio Ike Barinholtz
The Joker Christopher Corey Smith John DiMaggio Jason Spisak Zach Galifianakis
Richard "Dick" Grayson
Robin / Nightwing
Charlie Schlatter Will Friedle Will Friedel Michael Cera
Hal Jordan
Green Lantern
Cam Clarke Jonah Hill
Harleen Quinzel
Harley Quinn
Laura Bailey Tara Strong Jenny Slate Margot Rubin
Selina Kyle
Catwoman
Katherine Von Till Zoë Kravitz
Batcomputer Siri
Alfred Pennyworth Nolan North Nolan North Ralph Fiennes
Aquaman Dee Bradley Baker Dee Bradley Baker Jason Momoa

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i This version of the character appears in the Flashpoint timeline.
  2. ^ This corrupted Flashpoint version of the character.
  3. ^ a b This version of the character is that seen in the Christopher Reeve film series.
  4. ^ a b This version of the character is that seen in the Adventures of Superman TV series.
  5. ^ This version of the character is that seen in the unproduced Superman Lives film.
  6. ^ This version of the character is that seen in the Tim Burton film series.
  7. ^ This version of the character is that seen in the 1960's Batman TV series.
  8. ^ Credited as "Unseen Arkham Prisoner" in The Batman (2022)

References

  1. ^ Boucher, Geoff (October 15, 2008). "Tim Burton talks about Johnny Depp, 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'The Dark Knight'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved August 4, 2012.
  2. ^ "Comix Worst to Best: Batman & Robin (1997)". Rotten Tomatoes. Archived from the original on October 14, 2008. Retrieved November 14, 2008.
  3. ^ Kreps, Daniel (2021-10-16). "Michael Keaton's Batman Returns in New Teaser for 'The Flash'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved December 3, 2021.
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