This Batman is a mouth-breather, plain & simple.

And it was very distracting.

“What’s with Batman’s voice in ‘Dark Knight’? – CNN.com
Reviewing the film for MSNBC, Alonso Duralde wrote that Bale’s Batman in “Batman Begins” “sounded absurdly deep, like a 10-year-old putting on an ‘adult’ voice to make prank phone calls. This time, Bale affects an eerie rasp, somewhat akin to Brenda Vaccaro doing a Miles Davis impression.””

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One response

  1. yie lee

    From CNN: “Conroy…The animated series are notable because they drew on the DC Comics of Batman as envisioned by Frank Miller, whose work heavily informs “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight.” (Bale and Nolan were unavailable to comment for this story.)

    As Batman has gotten darker, his voice has gotten deeper.”

    Bale and Nolan were unavailable to comment because his voice changes between Batman Begins and Dark Knight. If it was based on Conroy’s animated Batman voice, then why didn’t they do it in the first film?

    August 4, 2008 at 3:51 pm

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