Is George Clooney really Batman? Fans think so after finding out he keeps his own satellite over Sudan to track war crime

Fans thought he was a horrible actor to play Batman, but this opinion is fast-changing when fans learned about his humanitarian efforts and have got fans talking.


                            Is George Clooney really Batman? Fans think so after finding out he keeps his own satellite over Sudan to track war crime

That George Clooney is an accomplished persona in Hollywood but took major flak for being the worst Batman actor of all time. However, this opinion is fast-changing when fans learned about Clooney's Batman-level humanitarian efforts and have got fans talking. 

According to comic book, a Twitter user, @SimplyTome, posted a rare fact about Clooney that read: "Today I found out the most fucking insane thing and that's George Clooney did all those Nespresso ads so he could spend millions of dollars keeping his own private satellite in orbit over Sudan for years to keep track of war crimes being committed by the Sudanese government".

The tweet quickly went viral, as Batman fans (and George Clooney haters) had to give it up to the actor for pulling off an epic 'Dark Knight'  move. A wealthy guy using a private satellite to observe evildoers committing crimes? That's definitely something that Batman not only would do but arguably has done. The biggest example being the Justice League Watchtower. 

While fans expressed their excitement at the prospect of the actor's satellites, there were haters as well.

Another Twitter user, @BenjaminDavies3. who claimed to be the manager of the project Clooney said: "I was the manager of this project at Harvard and let this be the first time anyone notes publicly, none of what your tweet implies is accurate. While Clooney put up the initial money to start the project all the satellite imagery was donated by DG & we only saw $700K from Clooney" 

However, this piece of news comes across as something cool and is definitely a conversation-setter.

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