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A Turkish measure of weight approximately equivalent to 7.7 kilograms. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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Christian Bale, who is still etched on many fans'minds as the perfect Bruce Wayne/Batman - good luck Ben Affleck - was Bruce Wayne and Batman completely, handsome, charming and definitely mysterious.
The arch-villain, Bain, is allegedly an orphan born into the most notorious prison on the planet; Batman himself suffered from a lack of parental support in his formative years; and Policeman Robin Blake, now an adult serving in the Gotham police, recognises the anger in Bruce Wayne of someone denied the nurturing benefits of parents because he shares the same anger, 'angry in your bones' as he describes it, but he has learned well the advantages of disguising this with smiles.
This Bruce Wayne is one step away from certifiable.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" is said to be the first movie that will not only adapt the exact scene from the comic but also "add the 'The Mark of Zorro' reference"--the iconic character that Bruce Wayne idolised when he was a child.
Other cast members include Donal Logue as detective Harvey Bullock and David Mazouz as young Bruce Wayne, the future Batman.
4 Batman Begins (2005) TRAINING Bruce Wayne to beat the criminals infesting Gotham City, Liam's character Ducard hid a dark secret.
55pm Billionaire Bruce Wayne travels the world to fight injustice, consumed with rage over his parents' murder.
The movie, starring Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne, is expected to be released in the summer of 2012.
FANTASTIC: From left, Bale as Bruce Wayne with Morgan Freeman, Heath Ledger as The Joker, and Bale in action as Batman
Fictional Character Bruce Wayne embodies Danish style and defines modern minimalism
We don't have a lot of characters like Robin or Batgirl or the Joker or Riddler; we only have Batman and the exposition of Bruce Wayne.
Those camp and gaudy pantomimes were a far cry from the dark, brooding Gothic stylings of Tim Burton, who understood perfectly the terrible demons that haunt Bruce Wayne.