Every kid at some point wishes to be a super hero. On November 15, 2013, Make-A-Wish Foundation helped 5-year-old Miles Scott’s wish become reality – he was Batkid for a day and save Gotham City, San Francisco.
And now, nearly two years later the first trailer for Batkid Begins, a documentary not only telling the amazing story of Miles’ special day, but his fight with leukemia as well, has dropped.
This saga began after Miles submitted his wish to be Batman to Make-A-Wish. Make-A-Wish and over 25,000 people showed up to support Batkid and watch on as he took on bad guys to save the transformed section of San Francisco. My faith in humanity has been restored.
the batkid trailer got me good wow bye i love people
— Rozzie Heeger (@rozzheeg) May 22, 2015
@snarkysara stop i can’t take anymore. I am going to watch the batkid trailer again to regain some faith in humanity
— DandyLioness (@ImaDandyLioness) May 22, 2015
The trailer itself is a tear jerker, so I would suggest if you see the full movie in its limited theater release , you take a whole box of tissues.
And no, I am not crying…..I just got the Batmobile in my eye.