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Batman & Robin co-star Vivica A. Fox thinks it’s “sad” George Clooney got so much flack for playing Batman.

This article contains spoilers for The Flash

It’s not often that George Clooney gets some love for his outing as Batman / Bruce Wayne in 1997’s Batman & Robin, but sometimes all it takes is a well-timed cameo for one of his minor co-stars to come to his defense.

Speaking with ComicBook.com, Vivica A. Fox, who played Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Mr. Freeze, Ms. B. Haven (get it?!) He did a good job…I don’t know, maybe just toward the end, they were tired of the franchise.” He did a great job…I don’t think they were tired toward the end of the franchise.” Fox continued, “But I had an awesome time filming with him and Arnold.” It was awesome.” Fox says that even today, she is often asked to sign pictures of her character. “I think that was the most popular aspect of the movie — they liked my costume, and Uma’s.” Sure, but we bet neither one of those could fetch at least $40,000 at auction!Vivica A. Fox’s comments come after getting wind of George Clooney’s surprise cameo in

The Flash, returning after Barry Allen aka The Flash tinkers with the timeline a little too much, with Clooney appearing in place of Ben Affleck’s version. Clooney’s sense of humor is evident in this scene, no matter how much he sneers at himself about Batman and Robin. I realized that I would be held accountable for the movie, not just my performance. I knew that I had to focus on writing better scripts. The script was the most crucial thing. It’s impossible to make a good movie out of a bad screenplay. You can make a poor film out of a great script.”

More that 25 years after its release what is your opinion about George Clooney’s performance in Batman and Robin

?” Have you ever defended the film? Let us know in the comments section below!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-pazo2XyHA

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