The Bruce Wayne depicter surprises tourists in the new Batmobile during the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in a video to ask fans to donate to three separate charities.
Ben Affleck recently surprised tourists taking part in the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Hollywood by showing up from his Batmobile. In a video which landed online on March 1, Ben emerged from the new Batmobile after some of the tourists said Superman's going to win in the showdown in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".
"Are you real?" one fan asked in disbelief. "I am real," he answered, generating laugh from the crowd. Ben even let one lady touch his face to confirm he's indeed real. He also showed a boy how to use the super car to beat the bad guys. Later, Ben drove the Batmobile around the studio lot and took a fan for a ride in the iconic vehicle.
The video was made to promote a new Omaze campaign that helps benefit three separate charities, personally selected by Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg and Ben Affleck: Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, SEED Project and Eastern Congo Initiative. By donating $10 or more, fans can get a chance to ride in the Batmobile, fly in a helicopter with Henry, meet Ben and photo bomb with Jesse on the red carpet at the star-studded "Batman v Superman" premiere in New York City.
Visit Omaze.com for more information about the charities. Henry and Jesse, who also star in "Batman v Superman" due out on March 25 in the U.S., were previously featured in similar videos announcing the campaign.