----EDIT : For a graphical experience that flows better, go check my own improved version of the same poster, originally created by Luke from batman-news.de, and completed by me!----
This is a conceptual poster modification of Batman Forever. Of course, I completed it fastly but efficiently. I think the guy who manages [link]
or something like this put it on his site, not aware that it was me. He put unknown, it's okay, I do not deserve the entire credit. I explain it in the next paragraph.
I'm sorry to tell that I'm not completely responsible for this, a guy did it first. He deserves a bit more credits since he brought the idea and rendered it well. He brilliantly replaced Val Kilmer's face to Michael Keaton's one, and in the same line he replaced Tommy Lee Jones by the original Harvey Dent, Billy Dee Williams (Lando!). He also put back the Batmobile from the first two Burton Batflicks. This said, he has more Photoshop skills than I do.
EDIT : THE ARTIST IS LUKE FROM THE BATMAN-NEWS.DE GALLERY!!!! THANK YOU LUKE FOR WHAT YOU HAVE DONE! AND SORRY THAT I DIDN'T ASK YOU PERMISSION TO POST THE CONTINUATION OF WHAT YOU DID!
What I did in this poster : replace the rest of the cast (Robin Williams as The Riddler, Rene Russo as Chase Meridian and Marlon Wayans as Robin) as it was completely rumored. I darkened the poster and I added "A Tim Burton Film" at the bottom in the BF police type.
This poster is not faithful to Burton's vision of the hero, as seen in Batman Returns. Of course, there are many rumor sites on the net showing some ideas Burton had for the sequel if he had done it... sadly Joel Schumacher took the lead... though Forever is still decent, I like it, considering the multiple flaws it has, and I can't forget how present it was in my childhood! But B&R... like any mentally ane person, I despise this...I can't say movie, I'll say this piece of garbage.
Soon, I'll draw my conceptual one-sheet promotional shots of BDW as Harvey/Two-Face and of Robin Williams as Riddler to show potential stuff Burton could have done with them, based on what is shown in Batman Returns mostly.
See ya folks!
Batman (c) DC comics
Batman Forever (c) Warner Bros.