Have you ever had that feeling that you know you saw Batman's garage from The Dark Knight trilogy somewhere else but not sure where?
Well, you're not seeing things. His unique garage appears to have been used in a lot of music videos as pointed out by a Reddit user Ricochet142. Some of the artists that used the garage include 2Chainz, Mike Stud, Logic, Half Alive, Dcappella, Falling in Reverse, The Plot in You, AJR, and Tom Macdonald.
In fact, you yourself can actually rent the venue, which is in Los Angeles, for $385 an hour to relive your Batman dreams. You can use it as a bar, warehouse, or any event you plan on hosting--and you'll definitely feel like the Caped Crusader.
Fans love the idea that Bruce Wayne, being a billionaire and all, has to rent out his sick garage to make ends meet and afford the costs of being Batman. After all, he needs the money for the toys. That Batmobile isn't going to pay for itself.
This side gig probably helped him get by during his financial crisis in The Dark Knight Rises. Fans can't get over that gaping plot hole in the third film where Bruce managed to get to Gotham City from literally nowhere without money or connections at his disposal, but this is a story for another time.
If you don't remember the garage, it's the one that houses his Batman armor and a lot of his gadgets. It was also from here where he reconstructed a fingerprint from a shattered casing in a scene that left a lot of fans scratching their heads.
The Dark Knight trilogy is set to return to IMAX by the end of this month, so be sure to get a good look at the garage yourself and think of all the artists that it housed and the music created within its walls.