“It took a while, and I think necessarily so,” he said. “I took flight tests, to make sure I wouldn't pass out or get scared of heights.”
After passing the rigorous tests, Walker was able to don the Batman suit to play the masked hero.
“The suit itself, you kind of use it as a tool to do the character, because it's so much a part of it,” Walker said. “You find the physicality with the suit, you're kind of working together. It's almost its own entity, the suit.”
Walker said those who attend won't just feel like they're attending a performance. The arena show is geared to make the fans feel involved in the event.
“That's the enjoyment you get out of it, from watching a superhero go and do their thing. You feel like you're kind of part of it,” Walker said. “ ... The way it's all set up and the whole aesthetic of it makes you feel a part of it, as the audience. You're in Gotham City, and so from the moment you enter the arena, until the end, you feel like you're just a part of the whole story. And hopefully you'll be rooting for Batman! So you feel like his victory is your victory.”