Most people will probably remember the original action –adventure TV series “Batman” (1966 – 1968) in which the role of Batman was played by Adam West, and his faithful sidekick Robin (a.k.a. “Boy Wonder”), played by Burt Ward. In fact, since the 1940s, Batman has been played by a variety of other stars to include Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale, and most recently, Ben Affleck who will star in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” to be released in March 2016.
A few of Batman’s arch-villains – Joker, Riddler, Bane, Penguin and Two-Face – have joined forces to create a boy band and a new video “Dark Knight Changes” which is a parody of One Direction’s “Night Changes.” The video even makes mention of Zayn leaving the group at the end. In the video, the villains complain about how difficult it is to keep the Batman characters straight. The words to the chorus are:
Does it ever drive you crazy?
Just how fast the Dark Knight changes.
Everything that you’ve gotten used to
Disappearing with each redo.
This time, Batman will not be fighting his arch-enemies on the streets of Gotham City, but rather they have converged on the front steps of Provo City Hall. BYU Vocal Point’s Bryce Romney is Two-Face, former Vocal Point member, Keith Evans, is the Riddler, and Eli Abel Thomas, who was Voldemort in “Dark Lord Funk,” is the Joker.