It’s been over 25 years since Batman Returns landed in theaters. Though Tim Burton has gone on to direct some of the most unique (and often bizarre) movies in Hollywood, it’s hard to forget how close he came to visiting Gotham for a third time.

After his surefooted introduction of the Caped Crusader in Batman, to his utterly insane sequel in Batman Returns, Tim Burton was primed for greatness on his third go around. As fate would have it, of course, Warner Bros. decided that Batman needed a new creative direction. Less interested in artistic integrity and more fascinated by the ...

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