Built at a cost of $2 million, the luxurious home theater reminds us of the Batcave theater room by a company dubbed BKZ Contractors for a die-hard batman fan, back in the past. The Dark Knight home theater is being built in a private home spanning 12,000 square foot in Greenwich, Connecticut. The highlights include 180” film screen with Batsuits on each side, besides the backlit life-size Batsuit standing across the room. There are a total of six Batsuits placed throughout the room. The other details include winged gargoyles, private cylindrical stainless steel elevator with glowing bat symbol, mock secret tunnel exit, bat computers, and race-car inspired home theater chairs to be in tune with the luxurious batmobile vehicles. The Exit gate is designed to look like a secret tunnel approximately 30 feet long. The home theater project will be finished by November 2012.