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We finally have our first look at Colin Farrell's long-awaited "The Batman" spinoff series. On 12 April, Max (formerly known as HBO Max), officially kicked off its new streaming rebrand after it dropped the first suspenseful teaser of "The Penguin," the next chapter of "The Batman" saga, which sees Farrell's titular gangster character return to Gotham City to wreak havoc. The clip also unveiled that the Matt Reeves-executive produced show is currently in production in New York City and expected to debut on our TV screens in 2024.
"The Batman," which was directed by Reeves, premiered in March 2022 with Robert Pattinson as the titular Caped Crusader and Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman. It was a box-office smash, making over $770 million. Shortly after the movie was released, Max confirmed that its spinoff series was happening. "The Penguin" apparently takes place soon after the events of "The Batman," and the eight-episode limited series serves as a sequel.
#TBT game…way before #dexternewblood and way before #dexter there was THIS little movie that contained two future Dexter actors. Slide for more hints. Yep that’s jalithgow (in slide2)and if you are still stuck it also starred #ellenbarkin and jeffgoldblum among many others (slide 3) Who can name it? 🤔