Batman and Robin try to keep their relationship together even as they must stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from freezing Gotham City.
|阿诺·施瓦辛格 (Arnold Schwarzenegger)||饰||Mr. Freeze / Dr. Victor Fries|
|乔治·克鲁尼 (George Clooney)||饰||Batman / Bruce Wayne|
|克里斯·奥唐纳 (Chris O'Donnell)||饰||Robin / Dick Grayson|
|乌玛·瑟曼 (Uma Thurman)||饰||Poison Ivy / Dr. Pamela Isley|
|艾丽西亚·希尔维斯通 (Alicia Silverstone)||饰||Batgirl / Barbara Wilson|
In Gotham City, Batman and Robin attempt to stop Mr. Freeze from stealing a cache of diamonds, but he escapes. The Dynamic Duo soon learn that Mr. Freeze was once a scientist named Victor Fries who be
|出品公司||PolyGram Filmed Entertainment (produced in association with) (as PolyGram Pictures)|
|发行公司||Gemini Film (1997) (Theatrical) (Czech Republic)|
|Nu Metro Video (1998) (DVD) (South Africa)|
|Warner Roadshow Film Distributors (1997) (Theatrical) (Greece)|
|Sandrew Metronome International (1997) (Theatrical) (Denmark)|
|Sandrew Metronome (1997) (Theatrical) (Sweden)|
|华纳家庭娱乐 (1999) (DVD) (Australia)|
|首映票房（美国）||$42,872,605, 22 June 1997|
- In later interviews, director 乔·舒马赫 blamed studio pressure to make the film more "toyetic" (i.e., a showcase for marketable toys and games). In a "making-of" documentary on the DVD, he apologized to disappointed fans.
- As of 2019, this is the first and only appearance of Batgirl in a live-action Batman feature film.
- Most of the scenes with Batgirl were cut, because 艾丽西亚·希尔维斯通 had gained a few pounds during production and the wardrobe team had to refit her costume. When the press discovered the news, they slammed Silverstone's weight gain and mocked the actress for being "too fat" to fit into her costume. Director 乔·舒马赫 publicly defended Silverstone during interviews and press meetings, joking "What is this girl's big sin - that she ate some pizza?" When the taunting continued, Schumacher lashed out at the reporters that taunted her. He said in a magazine interview, "It was horrible. I thought it was very cruel. She was a teenager who gained a few pounds - like all of us do at certain times. I would confront female journalists and I'd say, 'With so many young people suffering from anorexia and bulimia, why are you crucifying this girl?'"