New Batman Reboot To Star Disabled Left Handed Lesbian Minority
Singaling reporting for Singaling news. Hollywood has just announced that filming is underway for yet another Batman reboot. It was announced by Victory Studios. The new Batman will feature what director Adam Bettman calls “A diverse and inclusive take on the classic caped crusader.” The star of the movie, actress Cynthia Cooper, is a disabled, lefthanded, deaf, blind and mute minority from Queens New York. This is her first starring role in Hollywood. Previously, Cynthia, who is 45 years old, lived at home with her parents in Queens. Her interpreter assured reporters present at the press conference that Cynthia is very excited about her debut acting role and that she feels that the fact that she is a lesbian, left handed and disabled will appeal to many Batman fans around the world. Her role as Batman calls for her to be both female and gay, and also disabled. The film also stars Sandra Alexandra as her mother and Gil Sanders as her trans uncle. As well as Susan Markos as Batman’s social worker. Due to the limitations of Cynthia, the film will be uniquely set and take place entirely in a one room farmhouse.
The film, which is intended to be 3 hours long will not include the usual action and fighting scenes you’d expect from a Batman movie, but director Adam Bettman insists that the amazing script and dialogue between the actors will more than compensate for the fact that the film is basically a one scene movie that runs for 3 long hours with no action or adventure. Said Adam , “We trust moviegoers will understand our motives and intentions and will flock to see this great, diverse and inclusive film, despite the fact that it is ostensibly a 3 hour yack fest.” In a related story, British music legends. The Who, are suing Victory Studios claiming they are stealing the plot to their classic Rock Opera Tommy and the movie that later followed in the 1970s. Reporting for Singaling Press, I’m Singaling. </b>