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Entertainment Michael Keaton has two perfect words to end commencement speech to grads

22:27  17 may  2018
22:27  17 may  2018 Source:   today.com

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Michael Keaton closed his commencement speech at Kent State with "I'm Batman." And those two words are: 'I'm Batman.''' Keaton , 66, played the starring role in Tim Burton's "Batman" in 1989 and again in "Batman Returns" in 1992.

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This year's senior class at Kent State University wasn't even born when Michael Keaton famously uttered two words as the Caped Crusader on the big screen.

TODAY, product courtesy of merchant site © @Todd_Spence/Twitter TODAY, product courtesy of merchant site However, the new generation hasn't forgotten about the original cinematic Dark Knight, as Keaton showed when he brought the house down with the final two words of his commencement speech on Wednesday.

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After filling recent graduates of Kent State University with inspirational words , Michael Keaton ended his commencement address on Saturday with two words — two “very important” words . “I’ve got one more thing to say and it’ll only take me a second

Actor Michael Keaton ended his commencement address at Kent State University’s graduation ceremony with two words : “I’m Batman.” Keaton could have gone the more dramatic route and yelled “Beetlejuice!

"I've got two words that I want you all to remember,'' he said. "They're very important, and if I leave you with anything, I'm going to leave you with these two words. And those two words are: 'I'm Batman.'''

Keaton, 66, played the starring role in Tim Burton's "Batman" in 1989 and again in "Batman Returns" in 1992.

The Oscar-nominated star of "Beetlejuice, "Birdman" and "Spotlight" said on TODAY in 2015 that he was "up for anything" and would return to playing Batman if given the chance.

"When I did 'Batman,' really it was more a matter of ... we were figuring out a lot as we went along," he said. "The character was really ... Bruce Wayne. That was my way in. ... The rest of the stuff was really just trying to figure out how to manage to do any type of acting inside a giant black rubber suit."

Now all we need is Jack Nicholson asking a group of college graduates if they've ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight and commencement speaking season will be complete.


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