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Chris O'Donnell played Robin in the 1997 movie, Batman and Robin.
In the 1960s TV series 'Batman' the titular role was played by Adam West and Robin was played by Burt Ward .
He was still alive at the end of the movie. It is believed Joel Schumaker had a fifth film for the series planned at the time until it was rebooted by Christopher Nolan years …later.
No he will not because director Christopher Nolan does not want him involved in the stories for the current series as they are about Batman in his early years of fighting.
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If you are referring to the Batman and Robin from 1997, then it was Chris O'Donnell
Alicia Silverstone ( Batgirl/ Barbara Wilson, Alfred's niece)
the old series = Adam West and Burt Ward the new series = George Clooney and Chris O'Donnell
He attempted to, in a scene as Dick Grayson, but he failed, as he didn't know how to play. It was one of those "lesson" scenes. Sorry, don't know the episode.
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There already was one starring Chris odonnell as boy wonder himself the movie was in 1997 as George clooney as batman
Poison Ivy did flirt a lot with Robin in Batman and Robin.
Chris O'Donnell .
There are lots of potential answers to this question, so I guess Iget to pick which I want to answer. Robin in the comics is on Comic Book Time. That is, he's ofvariable (and… usually not explicitly specified) age depending onthe story, but typically is somewhere in his teens ... and mostlikely started in his early teens, since he was clearlyBatman's sidekick for long enough to learn quite a bit about thesuper-heroing business before he became one of the founding membersof the Teen Titans. The Batman TV series was first shown on January 12. 1966. BurtWard, who played Robin, was born in July 1945, so he was 20 whenthe series started. I think Robin was supposed to be a few yearsyounger, though; it's pretty common for a teenaged character on TVshows to be played by an actor who's actually significantly older,because a) older actors tend to be better actors, b)they'll probably keep the same height within an inch or so and thesame basic facial structure for the next decade so you don't haveyour audience wondering "who's that supposed to be" when you resumeshooting after a hiatus and the actor is 4 inches taller and not"cute" anymore, and C) work restrictions for underage actors are apain to deal with ... if you don't need them to clearly beprepubescent (in which case you kind of have to bite the bullet andcast a child) it's much less of a hassle to hire a young-looking18-year-old to play a 14-year-old character. Robins in the movies ... frankly, who really cares? Most of themovies with Robin in them were not nearly as good as the oneswithout, and I can't remember who any of them were anyway.