Prepare to laugh, cry and shout ‘Save Me, Batkid!’ The trailer of the story about Miles Scott, the boy the world knows as Batkid, is now available! Click to watch the amazing true adventure of ‘Batkid Begins!’
Sing along! Na-na-na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na-na-na — BATKID! He is the hero the world deserves! Miles Scott, 6, captured hearts and saved the day back in 2013 when the young cancer patient donned the mask and became Batkid! Now, his amazing story is coming to theaters near you!
How cool is this? The story of Miles Scott — aka Batkid — has been made into a heartwarming documentary. Click inside to WATCH the first trailer for ‘Batkid Begins’!
Miles Scott, 5, touched hearts everywhere when he was given the opportunity to be Batkid for a day thanks to Make-A-Wish. Now, filmmakers have revealed the first trailer for Miles’ story Batkid Begins, which chronicles Miles’ struggle with leukemia, as well as behind-the-scenes content revealing how San Francisco, Calif. transformed into Gotham just for him.
Batkid is back! Miles Scott, the 5-year-old who was transformed into a superhero by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, had the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the San Francisco Giants’ home opening game on Tuesday, April 8. How exciting!
Miles Scott, 5, is best known as Batkid after the Make-A-Wish Foundation transformed San Francisco, California into his very own Gotham City. Now that Batkid’s leukemia is in remission, he has been able to continue his run as a tiny superhero.
Andrew Garfield is setting the record straight — he did NOT diss Batkid at the Oscars. So, what really happened?
Not only did Andrew Garfield not throw a tantrum at the Oscars, but he ended up spending an entire day with Miles Scott aka Batkid to make up for the segment getting cut.
Batkid to the rescue! Five-year-old Miles Scott, now in remission from leukemia, captivated the hearts of the people of San Francisco and beyond, as even a ton of celebrities from Britney Spears to President Barack Obama tweeted their amazement and support.
The world can seem like a pretty crummy place sometimes, but once in awhile something happens that reaffirms our hope. Nov. 15 was one of those days as the city of San Francisco morphed into Gotham City for the benefit of five-year-old former leukemia patient Miles Scott, a.k.a. Batkid, who was able to live out his superhero dream. Everyone joined in on the inspiring day, including Britney Spears and even the President of the United States!
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