Published On: Mon, Jun 29th, 2015

David Mazouz confirms ‘Gotham’ season 2 Bruce develops Batman persona

While Gotham is set years ahead of Bruce Wayne becoming Batman, David Mazouz promises that the young Bruce will start develop his “dual personality” in the show’s second season.

“He’s on a mission and he really is going to start his dual personality into being Batman,” he told Monkeys Fighting Robots.

“When he’s Batman there is his Batman side, and then his public persona, which is his playboy/party boy persona. In season two, he’s really going to start developing that second persona.”

Gotham is set in the early days of James Gordon Ben McKenzie) on the GCPD with his rough and raw partner, Bullock, played by Donal Logue. Early versions of Batman’s rogue gallery star and season one ended with Edward Nygma murdering a man.

Cory Michael Smith’s Nygma will take a more central role as he heads down the path to becoming the Riddler. At the 2015 Fox Upfront event in New York City, the audience was promised both the Joker (Cameron Monaghan) and Mr. Freeze will appear in season two.

David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne

David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne

News revealed that there will be new villains in the second season too, including Theo Galavan (James Frain) and his sister Tabitha (Jessica Lucas), who later becomes the Tigress.

Fans can also expect to see more of Lucius Fox (Chris Chalk), Harvey Dent (Nicholas D’Agosto) and Dr Leslie Thompkins (Morena Baccarin), after all three were promoted to series regulars.

Gotham returns to Fox this fall on Monday, Sept. 21, now leading into the new sci-fi drama Minority Report.

Check out our Dispatch interview with David Mazouz back before Gotham began and how he described his character and the villains on the show – listen here.

David Mazouz

David Mazouz

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