Batkid gets his own 'movie'

Last updated 16:14 21/01/2014

Make-A-Wish has released a behind the scenes look at what it took to create BatKid.

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When the Penguin and the Riddler invaded San Francisco last November, causing havoc, robbing banks and kidnapping the Giant's beloved mascot Lou Seal, the SFPD called in the only person that could stop them: Batkid.

With the help of the Make A Wish Foundation, this pint-sized crime fighter not only nabbed the baddies but also saved San Francisco from certain disaster.

Now, his heroic exploits have been recorded in an awesome, heart-warming short film. If this doesn't bring a tear to your eye, you might just be a super villain. Watch the complete short film here.


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