More than 30 years after first portraying Gotham City's hero, Michael Keaton's Batman suit still fits like a glove.
The actor — who portrayed The Caped Crusader in Tim Burton's 1989 flick "Batman" and its 1992 sequel "Batman Returns" — spoke about reprising the role in the upcoming "Flash" film while on Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show."
When asked if he could still "fit into the suit," Michael casually replied, "I did, I do."
The late night host then asked if costumers had to "let it out."
"No," Michael insisted. "Svelte as ever. Same dimensions. Same fitting."
The actor, 70, added that it was "great" to put the suit back on.
"I don't know how many there are, like 77 Batmans. They think they should form their own union," he said, joking that he won't hang out with any other Batman's, past or present, until "the union is formed."
Michael has been making the late night rounds recently to speak about his famed role.
"If I am just feeling insecure enough, I will slip into the suit," he told Jimmy Kimmel in fall 2020. "It just makes me feel a whole lot better. I will walk around the neighborhood a little bit. By the way, when things around here get a little bit nervous-making, I just put the suit on, and boy, things straighten the f*** up."
He told Jimmy Fallon that donning the suit was like "riding a bike."
"I don't know why I didn't think of this the first time," he said. "It's easier to be really skinny and not work out, because you have more room to work around."