Ready to break out your Kleenex, movie fans?
You better be… because the first trailer for Batkid Begins has hit the Internet.
The documentary tells the story of Miles Scott, a very young man who was diagnosed with leukemia at 18 months old.
After after going through his final round of treatments in 2013, Scott had his wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation when he became a superhero for a day and was honored along the streets of San Francisco.
Courtesy of Warner Bros., Batkid Begins chronicles Scott’s inspiring story; from his chemotherapy to the day that he grew into a viral phenomenon.
As the trailer depicts, well-known faces from Batman actors to President Barack Obama became a part of Scott’s special day two years ago, cheering Batkid on as he got his wish.
"He gave everybody license to just be a little absurd," says Dark Knight composer Hans Zimmer. "Live their little dreams a little bit."
Batkid Begins comes out on June 26.