The Story Of The Little Boy Who Inspired The World Is Turning Into A Documentary

Jun 5, 2015 By Madeleine Brown
Make-A-Wish is an organization that grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. According to their website, they make one kid's dream come true every 38 minutes. That is pretty impressive and is part of what makes them a wonderful organization. Children with these unfortunate circumstances have their childhoods robbed from them, so the wishes give their young years back tenfold.

This little boy went through Make-A-Wish with hopes to fulfill his dreams of becoming his favorite superhero, Batman. His story spread across the Internet like wildfire, which triggered a huge community to come out and support the boy. This little dream turned into something no one expected to happen.

Warner Bros. Pictures is making a documentary on Batkid, Miles Scott, and how his story brought people from all around the world together in a show of support for the brave little boy. The film, premiering in select theaters on June 26, aims to make viewers ask one question: "Did Miles need the world for inspiration, or did the world need Miles?"
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