Holy George Clooney!
Warner Bros. donated the mask and cowl the Oscar-winning heartthrob wore for director Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin to the Smithsonian on Friday.
Released in the summer of 1997, Batman & Robin was the film that "ruined" the franchise -- until The Dark Knight Rises back onto the big screen with Christopher Nolan's trilogy with Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne, Gotham City billionaire who moonlights the brooding vigilante superhero known as Batman, the symbol of revenge and justice against the criminals and the corrupt.
Also donated was the costume Halle Berry wore as Catwoman in 2004, but neither the film nor did Halle have enough nine lives to saved the movie (but the seductive vixen was "purr"-fect with Anne Hathaway in TDKR last summer).
The same goes for 1983's Superman III with the late Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent and the Man of Steel (who returns this summer with Henry Cavill as the titular superhero from producer Nolan), whose suit Warner Bros. also donated to the Smithsonian.