Throughout the 24 years since the first Batman film in 1989, the Batman film franchise has seen its share of highs and lows. Most recently, Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy has concluded and has left the franchise in completely different territory than in 1997 after the dismal failure that is known as Batman & Robin.
In particular, the previous Batman films prior to the Dark Knight trilogy all have many inconsistencies within the individual plots of each film. In addition, the performances in these four films range quite a bit in terms of their quality and several of the performances do not hold up after several years which affect the films as a whole.
With that in mind, here are the 10 worst casting decisions in the Batman film franchise…
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