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The show will be dealing out a major surprise in an upcoming episode.
Ever since Cameron Monaghan made his debut in 'Gotham' as Jerome Valeska, viewers have been speculating as to his future identity. Thousands instantly thought he was the young version of a man who would one day become the instantly recognisable DC Comics villain the Joker, but that's been denied on multiple occasions by those working on the show.
David Mazouz stars as Bruce Wayne in FOX series 'Gotham'
Despite that, red herrings have been thrown the viewers' way throughout the three and a half seasons we've seen to-date, and the flames of the Joker fire have been fanned over and over again. Monaghan's performance has been lauded as a fantastic one, and the majority of 'Gotham' viewers would love to see him become the Clown Prince of Crime.
The shows are both adapted from some of DC comics' most famous characters.
As one of the most successful comic book shows on television right now, 'Gotham' has cemented a place for itself on FOX and brought an all-new look at the heroes and villains-in-the-making of Gotham City to fans across the globe. On a different network to the four shows that make up the 'Arrowverse' - 'Arrow', 'The Flash', 'Supergirl' and 'Legends of Tomorrow' - the plausibility of a crossover between those four shows and 'Gotham' seems slim, but not impossible.
David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne in 'Gotham' season 3
It's something fans have been asking for, for some time, and we must remember that when 'Supergirl' first debuted, it was on CBS. The network at that point allowed the show to crossover with 'The Flash', despite the series being on separate channels, so it's not out of the realm of possibility for 'Gotham' to meet the 'Arrowverse' in the near future.
The actor promises one of the most "important" storylines for his character.
'Gotham' has without a doubt gone through some major transformations throughout its three full seasons and current fourth season to-date. In fact, this season, the idea of evolving and transforming into something new seems to be an overarching theme, and that won't be slowing down in the future if actor David Mazouz is to be believed.
David Mazouz takes on the role Bruce Wayne in FOX series 'Gotham'
Having played Bruce Wayne since the show's earliest days, fans of DC Comics will know he's got massive shoes to fill in the future. Eventually, he will become the Dark Knight himself, otherwise known as Batman, but for the first time on the small screen, we're able to see the long and challenging journey that it takes for Bruce to get to that point.
The series will be making its return to FOX in the US on September 21.
'Gotham' has without a doubt only gotten better with time, with the city's origin story delving into the stories of the heroes, villains and everything in-between. Making its return for a fourth season tomorrow night (September 21) on FOX in the US, information about what fans can expect from new episodes is beginning to trickle out.
David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne in 'Gotham' season 3
We already know that Alexander Siddig will be taking on the role of Ra's al Ghul - one of Bruce Wayne's most formidable opponents if the history of Batman is anything to go by. It looks like his legacy as one of the most evil villains in DC Comics history is set to continue with this live action adaptation if actor David Mazouz's words are anything to go by.
Continue reading: David Mazouz Teases "Evil" Ra's Al Ghul In 'Gotham' Season 4
The actor thinks a fully-fledged version of the Clown Prince of Crime will debut at some point.
There's no doubt in the mind of 'Gotham' fans that the FOX network are confident in the series' ability to really succeed, with three seasons entertaining audiences to-date and a fourth on the horizon. Throughout the episodes we've seen so far, we've been introduced to a young version of Bruce Wayne played by David Mazouz, as well as Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and a slew of other heroes and villains from the world of DC Comics.
David Mazouz is the man bringing Bruce Wayne to the small screen on FOX's 'Gotham'
Despite the onslaught of characters, one of the biggest names from Batman's universe has remained pretty much under wraps since the show's debut; the Clown Prince of Crime himself, the Joker.
Continue reading: David Mazouz Discusses 'Gotham' Joker
The actor explains why it could eventually happen.
For almost three full seasons now, 'Gotham' has entertained audiences on FOX with its slick style of storytelling, bringing the origin stories of not only Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), but a roster of iconic DC characters to the small screen, as well as a couple of original characters created especially for the show.
Sean Pertwee and David Mazouz as Alfred and Bruce in the 'Gotham' pilot
The series started in a period when superhero shows were beginning to take over television. 'Arrow' was seeing huge success on The CW, paving the way for shows such as 'The Flash', 'Legends of Tomorrow' and 'Supergirl', with FOX hoping to pick up some of that loving with their own series. In 'Gotham', they did exactly that.
Continue reading: David Mazouz Thinks 'Gotham' And 'Arrowverse' Crossover Is "Plausible"
The stars of superhero spin-off TV series 'Gotham' arrived at the show's premiere held at the New York Public Library. Among them were Jada Pinkett Smith, who plays Fish Mooney in the series.
'Glee' star Lea Michele turned heads in a very short, green, silky dress with an extremely daring plunging neckline at the FOX Upfronts presentation at The Beacon Theater in New York.
David Mazouz will play Bruce Wayne in Fox's origins series 'Gotham'.
David Mazouz, 12, best known for playing the young lead opposite Kiefer Sutherland in 'Touch' is to play Bruce Wayne in Fox's Batman prequel 'Gotham'. Mazouz will play the iconic comic book character who will grow up to become the Caped Crusader himself. He was famously played by Christian Bale in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight triology.
David Mazouz Will Play The Young Bruce Wayne
Also cast in the new project is Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle - or Catwoman. In the new series, she will play a teenage orphan and a skilled street thief and pickpocket who is dangerous when cornered. As Deadline.com point out, it's impossible to ignore Bicondova's resemblance to Michelle Pfeiffer, the actress behind the most memorable Catwoman portrayal.
Continue reading: Fox's 'Gotham' Finally Casts Its Bruce Wayne And Selina Kyle
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