Val Kilmer talks about whether or not he would be willing to play Batman again.
Most fans were thrilled to see Val Kilmer come back in "Top Gun: Maverick." Even Tom Cruise wouldn't do the movie without him,
it turned out (via People). Kilmer was a very popular actor and leading man in the late 1980s and all through the 1990s.
He was in movies like "The Doors," "Heat," and "The Sain." Even after all these years, you could say that playing Tom "Iceman" Kazansky is still the role for which he is best known,
though Batman fans might disagree. Based on when they grew up, each generation has a favourite actor who plays Batman.
This is similar to how each generation has a favourite Spider-Man actor. Some people think of Michael Keaton as Batman from the 1989 movie "Batman,"
but those who grew up in the early 2000s probably think of Christian Bale. But kids who grew up in the late 1980s and early 1990s have a soft spot for Val Kilmer,
who played Batman in the 1995 movie "Batman Forever." Even though Rotten Tomatoes shows that critics didn't like the movie in the end,
Jim Carrey's animated and enthusiastic performance as The Riddler and the introduction of Chris O'Donnell as the first live-action Robin since Burt Ward make this movie stand out in the history of Batman movies.
Kilmer didn't come back to play Bruce Wayne in "Batman & Robin," but he recently said he's interested in doing so in the future.