At a young age, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) travels to the East in a faraway land where he learns martial arts from his teacher, a member of a mysterious League of Shadows, Henri Ducard (Liam Neeson). After getting the proper training, Bruce learns of the League’s true purpose: the destruction of Bruce’s hometown Gotham city. Bruce returns home intending to clean the City without resulting in murder. Batman is born on his return and with the help of his loyal butler Alfred (Michael Cane) and a tech expert at his father’s company, Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman).
Batman Begins is a superhero movie written by Christopher Nolan and David S.Goyer. The 1978 Superman film inspired it. However, the movie had adoptions from DC comic book storylines such as “Batman: The Long Halloween” and “Batman: Year One.” The film director is Nolan, and actors such as Christian Bale, Liam Neeson, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, and Tom Wilkinson are featured.
Batman Begins reboots the series, Batman, by telling the origin of Bruce Wayne’s story, from the death of his parents to his fight for Gotha city through his new identity Batman. The film was shot in Chicago, Iceland, and the United Kingdom aiming to engage the motion investment of its audience in both lead characters, Batman and Bruce Wayne.
The film was developed in 2003 and premiered in Tokyo on May 31, 2005. Additionally, it opened in the United States on June 15, 2005, in more than 3800 theaters through the distribution of Warner Bros. Pictures. After its opening, Batman Begins had a global grossing of over $371.9 million, becoming number nine among the highest-grossing films of 2005.The films The Dark Knight Rises and The Dark Knight followed Batman Begins, and the three constitute The Dark Knight Trilogy. However, Batman Begins remains one of the most influential films of the 2000s. Additionally, it was nominated for the Academy Awards for Best Cinematography due to its positive reviews.