Holy heartstrings, check out the trailer for ‘Batkid Begins’

22 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Batkid Begins’ Trailer Perfectly Captures Miles Scott’s Heartwarming, Viral Adventure (Video).

Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World is a soon-to-hit theatres documentary that tells the story of five-year-old Miles Scott, a boy diagnosed with leukemia whose wish was to be the real Batman for a day.Thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, social media and a mass display of human kindness, cancer survivor Miles Scott (aka Batkid) got to be a real superhero on Nov. 15, 2013.The trailer for “Batkid Begins” is out, offering a first look at the emotional documentary about a young leukemia survivor whose superheroic wish is granted. On November 13, 2013, organizers turned San Francisco into Gotham City, creating a worldwide phenomenon that drew 25,000 supporters in San Francisco and nearly two billion participants on social media — including U.S.

It was a feel-good moment for the whole world, and with BatMan Begins—a documentary about Miles’ city-saving adventure and how it all came to be—we get to experience the warm fuzzies and heartwarming moments all over again! Due out from Warner Brothers in late June, “Batkid Begins” promises to turn Scott’s story into a touching film following his battle with leukemia and his rise to Internet stardom. “Miles always liked all superheroes but he always kind of comes back to Batman,” Scott’s father Nick explains in the trailer. “Natalie called me screaming and crying and said Miles has leukemia. The Scott family has established the Batkid Fund in an effort to reciprocate the generosity of Make-A-Wish and other organizations that stood by their side as Miles fought leukemia.

The documentary film hits select theatres on June 26, while Hollywood star Julia Roberts will produce and star in a feature film adaptation of the documentary. A previous quote in this story should have been attributed to Erik Childress, a writer whose article appeared on rogerebert.com, instead of Roger Ebert. The boy received the key to the city, the San Francisco Chronicle produced a special edition, and millions upon millions helped the event become a viral sensation.

Beyond the stars who lauded him online, actors who had played the hero onscreen commended Scott for his heroic deed and called him “the best Batman ever.” New Line picked up worldwide distribution rights to the doc last month, as well as narrative remake rights, which pertain to an additional project on the topic being developed by producer Julia Roberts. The outspoken producer was caught taking toTwitter to share his not-so-eloquent review with his 1.42 million followers: “True colors is such a pile of [insert, um, poop emoji].” Things weren’t always so stinky between the two music producers.

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