George Clooney’s ‘Batman & Robin’ Nipple Suit Hits Auction with 40,000 Starting Bid

George Clooney’s ‘Batman & Robin’ Nipple Suit Hits Auction with 40,000 Starting Bid
The infamous costume worn by George Clooney in Joel Schumacher’s “Batman & Robin” will soon be up for auction. And the defined nipple suit is just the tip of the “Batman” memorabilia available on which to bid.

As part of Heritage Auctions’ Hollywood & Entertainment Signature Auction during July 22 through 23, iconic ’90s “Batman” props will be available to purchase. Jim Carrey’s Riddler cane from “Batman Forever” has a starting bid of 8,000 and Jack Nicholson’s purple Joker suit from Tim Burton’s “Batman” can be yours for at least 65,000.

Yet the crown jewel of the collection remains the nipple suit, opening at 40,000 and expected to go much higher in bidding. The 1997 Batman costume is constructed of cast foam latex, vinyl, resin components, and leather, per the auction house. The suit was “all expertly painted, finished and assembled on a life-size pose-able mannequin with a hyper-realistic George Clooney head with prosthetic grade false eyes.
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