‘Batman’ ballyhoo

Fans get sneak peak of 'Live' show

Batman fans got a sneak peak of the $20 million “Batman Live” global arena show Tuesday as Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Entertainment and Nick Grace of Water Lane Prods. unveiled key characters in a theatrical event in London. Grace, who exec produces, came up with “Batman Live” as an arena project to follow his “Walking With Dinosaurs.” “Batman Live” preems July 19 in Manchester and tours arenas in London and other U.K. cities before traveling to Europe, and arriving in North America in August 2012.

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