You'd have to be Bruce Wayne to afford this Batcave movie theater but hey, a geek can dream. In our last "We Want To Go To There" we brought you the magical storybook stage from the Tomorrowland Festival. Today, we've got a custom built home theater from EliteHTS. It cost $2 million dollars and if you don't like the first one, don't worry, there's a second model.
See how the wall of books slides away to reveal a secret chamber? The theater also holds 6 Batman suits and a 15′ Batmobile.
"The builder, Elite Home Theater Seating, says the structure includes a Batmobile, batsuits, 180” film screen, winged gargoyles, private cylindrical stainless steel elevator with a glowing bat symbol, a secret tunnel exit, bat computers, and race-car inspired home theater chairs," according to National Confidential.
They continue, "The design is authentic down to the smallest detail. The 12,000 square foot house emulates Wayne Manor, including a study where a bust of William Shakespeare is used to reveal elevator doors. A real fingerprint scan is required to gain access to the Dark Knight home theater."
And in case you were wondering, this is a thing actually being built in someone's Connecticut home right now. I will become best friends with this person.
Here's an alternate model.
"Now wait a second," you say, "that's not Batman, that's Captain Jack Sparrow!"
Yes, there's also a Pirates of the Caribbean version.
If you had Wayne Enterprise funds to support your imagination, what kind of personal theater would you create?