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A Pixar Batman Movie Is Too Good To Be True

After glancing through Julen Urrutia Perez’s Batman fan designs, one can’t help but wonder how amazing a Dark Knight and Pixar crossover would be. The Disney-backed animation studio has previously lent its talents to the superhero film “The Incredibles,” making them more than familiar with the genre Batman dominates. Unfortunately, it seems highly unlikely that Pixar would ever develop a Batman-centric project. 

Owned by Disney, Pixar would probably never cinematically adapt a superhero from Warner Bros., which directly competes with the House of Mouse’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. Pixar has also never been one to adapt or take on other IP. The studio has succeded over the last two decades thanks to its knack for original storytelling and creativity, choosing to build its own properties from the ground up. Instead of working on someone else’s character, maybe Pixar could create origin films for their own iconic characters.

The distinctive art style isn’t also particularly unique to Pixar — the same lanky, wide character designs are also prevalent in Universal Picture’s films, like “The Addams Family.” As animation continues to thrive theatrically, Warner Bros. should consider bringing their marquee superhero back to the silver screen or even give us the sequel to “The Lego Batman Movie” we never got to see. 

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