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At 76, Henry Winkler insisted to James Corden that he would be the next Batman

At 76, Henry Winkler insisted to James Corden that he would be the next Batman

Veteran actor Henry Winkler, best known in the United States for his memorable role as Fonzie in the series Good Days, on James Corden’s television show, where he assured that he would be the next Batman.

The news and videos quickly spread across social networks, but fans quickly dismissed it and it became clear that it was just a prank to promote the third season of their popular series. barry,

A replacement for Pattinson

James Corden showed Henry Winkler trying on the Batman suit backstage on The Late Late Show, and the actor told him he was cast as Robert Pattinson’s replacement. He also said that he would be approved by someone named “Dennis”.

Fast on his feet, Corden tells him that he was probably wrong, as the Batman logo on his cape was not correct, and they actually appear to be two lizards with an electronic cigarette. And always imitating Pattinson’s deep voice in Batman, Winkler quipped: “I didn’t know you were a fan of Batman, James. Or that you had a PhD in Batman from Batman University.”

Harry Winkler dressed as Batman.

Harry Winkler dressed as Batman.

The new Batman movie, which can now be viewed on the HBO Max digital platform, stars Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz.

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Harry Winkler discovered the success on the network only a few months ago, when he showed his choreography with his granddaughter on TikTok.

With Corden as the main reason for his visit to the show, this . was due to the promotion of the new season of barry, the HBO series starring Bill Hader, where Winkler plays Jean Cousineau, a color acting teacher. He has already won his first Emmy for that work.

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