Create An Animated Batman Movie In 6 Hours Thanks To ChatGPT And Other AI And The Result Reminds Us Of Arkham Asylum

During the last months we have been experiencing a real boom around the artificial intelligences. Technology is advancing and it is increasingly common to see tools on the web capable of performing all kinds of tasks in the right hands. Without going any further, in 3D Games we have echoed some of these creations, also of its many problems to solve.

On this occasion we want to echo a short animation developed thanks to the application ChatGPT with Batman as protagonist. It is a work by Ammaar Reshi that has been baptized as Who is The Batman? for which its creator, as explained on social networks, spent at least six hours of his time. “I used ChatGPT to write his script, then MidJourney to generate the art, and finally Pixelmator, MotionLeap, and Final Cut Pro to bring the story to life,” he explains in the YouTube video description.

The result is eye-catching and presents Reshi’s sources of inspiration, including the universe of The Batman presented by Matt Reeves in his 2022 film. In addition, those who are regulars of the character will also be able to see an aesthetic not too far removed from Arkham Asylum by Grant Morrison and Dave McKeanwhich later served as the basis for the stupendous Batman: Arkham series from Rocksteady, current these days for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, as well as many other comics of the character in recent times.

Obviously, behind Who is The Batman? there is dedicated work by someone who has mastered the different applications, but once again it is hard not to wonder about what they may be able to offer this technology in the coming years. A few days ago, for example, we were amazed by the conversion into a fantasy film from the 80s of the Diablo saga.