The "Birdman" star also doesn't forget the few fans of his 1996 comedy "Multiplicity."
Following its triumph at the Academy Awards, Fox Searchlight will re-release the surreal comedy-drama this weekend.
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The reinvigorated Oscar frontrunner reflects on his professional highs, from creating the Dark Knight's signature whisper-voice to developing the look and character of Beetlejuice and more.
Birdman dominated the night with seven wins, but The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy also took home trophies.
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With nine nominations each, Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel lead the pack for the 87th Academy Awards.
Michael Keaton scores his first-ever Oscar nomination, as "Birdman" tied with "The Grand Budapest Hotel" to lead the field with 9 nominations overall.
In the television categories, The Affair, Transparent and Fargo led the pack with two trophies each.
The dark comedies lead a list that also includes a nod for Game of Thrones and Disney's Big Hero 6.
Fox Searchlight has released a clever viral Birdman trailer for the fictional film Birdman Returns, a clever nod to star Michael Keaton's time as Batman.
"Fury" captured $23.5 million domestically and first place at this weekend's box office, ending "Gone Girl's" two-week run at first place.
The two superhero-movie veterans spoke at New York Comic Con about the "extraordinary" new black comedy from director Alejandro González Iñárritu.