Remember Batkid? The 5-year-old boy who saved the day in San Francisco?

Thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, social media and a mass display of human kindness, cancer survivor Miles Scott (aka Batkid) got to be a real superhero on Nov. 15, 2013. It was a feel-good moment for the whole world, and with BatMan Begins—a documentary about Miles' city-saving adventure and how it all came to be—we get to experience the warm fuzzies and heartwarming moments all over again!

A trailer for the Dana Nachman-produced picture was released Thursday. In it, we get to see how San Francisco transformed into Gotham City and people far near and far pooling their talents to make one little boy's dream come true.

Miles' wish resonated with millions billions! Movie Batmans past and present (Ben Affleck, let's hope you took notes for your next role!) were cheering him on. Even President Barack Obama sent a video of encouragement. Twitter lit up with love for Batkid, and as the creators of Batkid Begins note, for one day, the internet was nice!

Batkid Begins won't be Miles' only foray onto the big screen either—Julia Roberts is set to produce and star in a movie based on the documentary, which debuted at the at the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January.

Batkid Begins has a limited theater release June 26 and expands nationwide throughout July.

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