Not, I would imagine, the way Warner Bros. or DC Comics would like to see their flagship superhero branded, BBC Three will be producing a one-hour documentary called "The Batman Shootings" (working title) based on the tragedy in Aurora, CO that left 12 people dead and many more injured. The Hollywood Reporter quoted BBC Three as referring to the project as a "quick turn-around current affairs film," and executive producer Steve Anderson had this to say:
“Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora - and even this weekend the shootings at the Sikh Temple in Milwaukee, in which seven people were killed - the list of gun massacres in the USA grows ever longer. America is mainly split on the issue of gun controls - this film concentrates on what young people there think should happen now.”
"The Batman Shootings" is billed by its producers as being the first documentary about the July 20th mass-killing at a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises." In related news, an Ohio man was arrested for bringing a "satchel" of various weapons to a TDKR screening, and authorities are in a showdown with Twitter over releasing the identity of another person who threatened to shoot up another screening of the film in New York City.
Never mind Batman, somebody please see if Superman is available...