Oscar winners who played DC superheroes: Christian Bale, Halle Berry and more – Reuters News in France and abroad

Some actors have won Oscars, some have played DC characters. These actors did both. Here are all the Oscar winners who have played DC heroes.

While some DC films have been hits and others have been flops, there’s no denying that the actors behind them are talented! In fact, a number of them are Oscar winners. Ironically, they’ve all played Batman or Catwoman, so either those roles bring good luck to the actors who play them, or it’s just coincidence since they’re all incredibly talented. Here is a list of all the actors and actresses who have starred in DC movies and won an Oscar.

Christian Bale (Batman)

Christian Bale as Batman. (Everett collection)

Christian Bale played the role of Batman and his alter ego Bruce Wayne, throughout the three Movies The Dark Knight: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The dark knight rises. He was revered for playing a more grounded and complete Batman, as he saw the character have four sides to him, in by Christophe Nolan super realistic representation of the universe of superheroes. He also underwent a drastic weight change for the role, gaining around 100 pounds. Although he didn’t win an Oscar for his role as Batman, he won Best Supporting Actor in 2011 for his role in The fighter. He was also nominated for Best Actor in american unrest, Best Supporting Actor in The big court and Best Actor in Vice.

Halle Berry (Catwoman)

Halle Berry
Halle Berry as Catman. (Everett collection)

Halle Berry played Patience Phillips and Catwoman in the 2004 edition of catwoman but it may be a role she prefers to forget. While she did her best to portray a fashion designer who was murdered and resurrected as a mutant cat, the film performed so poorly that it earned her a Razzie. Most actors don’t usually show up for the Worst Actor award, but Halle proudly took to the podium to accept it. “My mom told me if you can’t be a good loser, you can’t be a good winner,” she said at the time. She also, ironically, held her Oscar during her acceptance speech. She won Best Actress for the 2001 film Ball Monster and to this day, is still the only black actress to win the award.

George Clooney (Batman)

George Clooney
George Clooney as Batman. (Everett collection)

George Clooney played Batman in the infamous batman and robin in 1997. Audiences found the film hilarious, even though it was not intended to be. He shaded the film, saying it had a bad script, but eventually learned to accept the relentless teasing that came for his role in the film. When asked about flash, he revealed that the franchise never asked him to return. “When you destroy a franchise like I did, they usually look away when ‘The Flash’ comes along,” he joked, speaking to Variety. His wife Amal Clooney never saw the film because George claimed, “I want my wife to have respect for me. Luckily, his early embarrassment didn’t stop him from becoming an award-winning actor. He won Best Supporting Actor for Syriac and received nominations for Michael Clayton, Up in the air and The descendants.

Anne Hathaway (Catwoman)

Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway as Catwoman. (Everett collection)

Anne Hathaway joins Christian Bale in The black Knight trilogy as the traditional Selina Kyle version of Catwoman. Unlike Halle’s portrayal of the role, Anne’s Catwoman received far more praise from audiences and critics. Catwoman is just one of Anne’s many successful roles. In fact, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing Fantine in Wretched and was nominated for the 2009 Film Award Rachel is getting married.

Ben Affleck (Batman)

Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck played Batman in the films “Justice League” and “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”. (Courtesy Everett Collection/AP Images)

Apart by Robert Pattinson The Batman, Ben Affleck was the last actor to don the Batsuit for the 2016 film Batman versus Superman. Her performance was polarizing as it split the audience in two. Some fans felt he was perfect for the role while others didn’t think he was capable of pulling it off. While his performance in batman v superman has been met with mixed reactions, not all of his roles. He won an Oscar, but it wasn’t for his acting. He won the best director award for his film Argo.

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