While he was promoting “Gotham”, on September 1, David Mazouz answered fan questions during a live session on Periscope. He talked among other things about the evolution of the Selina Kyle/Bruce Wayne relationship, and revealed that his character and Jerome (the possible Joker in the show, played by Cameron Monaghan) will meet in season 2! You can now watch the whole Q&A session below.
On September 1, David Mazouz promoted the second season of “Gotham” on several shows. He was notably on Hollywood Today Live, where he showed is Batman voice, which you can hear in a clip below.
You can watch his interview here, where we can see a clip from the first episode of season 2, and see some pictures of David posted on social media in the gallery.
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In this new video, Camren Bicondova shares her favorite moments about her character, Selina Kyle, from the first season of “Gotham”, which are the brutal scene with Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) and Reggie Payne (David O’Hara) in episode 19, “Beasts of Prey”, and Selina teaming up with Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) in the season finale, “All Happy Families Are Alike”.
After we saw the first stills from the first episode of the second season of “Gotham”, now is time to find out its official description! Read below to know more about “Damned If You Do”:
Penguin is King of Gotham and after a shakeup at the GCPD, Detective James Gordon’s moral compass wavers, as he seeks help from Penguin. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne continues to explore the secrets from his father’s office, while GOTHAM newcomers Theo Galavan (James Frain) and his sister, Tabitha (Jessica Lucas), make friends with some unlikely allies, a group of dangerous inmates from Arkham in the all-new “Rise of the Villains: Damned If You Do”.
Cast: Ben McKenzie as Detective James Gordon, Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, Michael Chiklis as Detective Nathaniel Barnes, Sean Pertwee as Alfred, Robin Lord Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin, Erin Richards as Barbara Kean, David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne, Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle/the future Catwoman, Cory Michael Smith as Edward Nygma/the future Riddler, James Frain as Theo Galavan, Jessica Lucas as Tabitha Galavan, Chris Chalk as Lucius Fox, Nicholas D’Agosto as Harvey Dent, Zabryna Guevara as Captain Sarah Essen
Guest Cast: Drew Powell as Butch Gilzean, Peter Scolari as Commissioner Loeb, Anthony Carrigan as Victor Zsasz, James Andrew O’Connor as Tommy Bones, David Fierro as Zaardon, Cameron Monaghan as Jerome, Todd Stashwick as Richard Sionis, Will Brill as Arnold Dobkins, Stink Fisher as Aaron Helzinger, Dustin Ybarra as Robert Greenwood, Otto Sanchez as Odgen Barker, Philip Goodwin as Compere
But that’s not it! We also have the official description of the second episode of the season, entitled “Knock, Knock” (beware of spoilers about the first episode!):
On the heels of his reinstatement, Gordon is thrust onto the high-profile case tracking the deadly inmate escape from Arkham Asylum. Meanwhile, Galavan plans his next move, while Bruce enlists the help of his father’s old friend to unlock the secrets in his office, and Nygma asks out Kristin Kringle (guest-star Chelsea Spack) on a date.
Two new HQ stills from the first episode of season 2 of “Gotham”, “Damned If You Do”, have been added to the gallery, thanks to Gotham Site. Click the thumbnails and link below to see them in high resolution!
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David Mazouz was interviewed by Den of Geek about the evolution of Bruce and his relationships with other characters in the upcoming season of “Gotham”. You can read what he had to say below!
We visited the set of “Gotham” season 2 and spoke with David Mazouz about Bruce Wayne, the batcave, love triangles, and more!
Den of Geek visited the “Gotham” set last week, and got a look at some of the behind-the-scenes happenings for “Gotham” season 2. While there, we had the chance to catch up with David Mazouz (aka Bruce Wayne) who gave us some insight into what Bruce will be up to in the comic book TV show’s sophomore season.
On the discovery of the maybe-bat cave:
“That discovery, what he finds at the bottom of those stairs, it’s going to change the course of his whole life entirely and every aspect of his life, along with it. It’s going to change his relationship with Alfred, the way he sees Alfred, the way he sees his parents, the way he sees himself, really, because he identified with his parents. And he’s gonna learn a lot about his dad. He’s gonna learn a lot about Wayne Enterprises. And it will bring him a lot closer to finding out who killed his parents.”
On Bruce and Alfred:
“Alfred and Bruce have gone through some struggles in the past and they will go through some more in season 2, but — once they get past them — they’re really going to start to be on the same team. With Alfred, you’ve had a father/son relationship, you’ve had a mentor/student relationship. You’ve had a butler/master relationship. At the end of season 2, you’re really going to see the mentor/student relationship take off. They’re gonna train. They’re gonna get to work. They’re gonna take down Wayne Enterprises. This is happening.”
On Bruce and Gordon:
“[Bruce and Gordon have] never been closer. They’re more than detective and victim. That’s kind of was what it was in the beginning, it was business. They met because I’m trying to find out who killed Bruce’s parents, but, in the beginning of season 2, you’re going to see… they’re friends now. They care about one another.”
On Bruce and new villain Theo Galavan:
“Theo Galavan and Bruce have a relationship. Whether it’s a healthy one, I don’t know. Galavan needs Bruce for a very specific reason in part of his master plan. And Bruce is unsuspecting, at first. But Galavan does something for Bruce that he’s very thankful for so Bruce will slowly start to fall into Galavan’s trap.”
On Bruce, Selina, and new girl Silver St. Cloud:
“[Bruce and Selina are] still friends. They still know each other, but, at the beginning of season 2, when they meet, Selina kind of isn’t very nice to Bruce. And, so, when Bruce meets Silver — Silver St. Cloud through Theo Galavan — and then Selina comes back into the picture, Bruce kind of doesn’t need her anymore. She was mean to me. I have Silver now. Then it becomes a very interesting dynamic between the three. It becomes a very interesting triangle.”
On developing Bruce’s “playboy persona”:
“There’s two main parts to Bruce’s life right now. He had his Operation Good Guys side. The cave falls under that. Alfred falls under that. Lucius Fox falls under that. Training falls under that. Taking down Wayne Enterprises is there. And then he has his I Met A Girl side. And that’s Silver, that’s his social life. Developing the playboy attitude is still in the Operation Good Guys part. It’s Alfred teaching him and Bruce learning that Gotham is a game. If you wanna get somewhere in Gotham, there’s a game you have to play. It’s a game of manipulation. It’s a game of corruption. And it’s a game that Bruce has to learn.”
On developing Batman-like abilities:
“[Q: Are we going to see Bruce develop some Batman-like skills in maybe fighting and maybe technology?]
Definitely. All of that. Training is one the rise, especially in the second half of the season.”
On Bruce and Lucius Fox:
“That Operation Good Guys side, that’s going to turn into his Batman side… At the beginning, it’s only Batman and Lucius, and so those are the only two people that know about the cave and it’s going to stay that way. Lucius is definitely gonna help him on his path.
I think, as of now, Bruce doesn’t really see Lucius as a mentor, but more as a partner and a friend and as someone who can help him.”
On what he wants for Bruce in season 2:
“I really want Bruce to interact with some more characters. [Q: Any in particular?] Penguin and Riddler. I’m dying for Bruce to meet them.
Also, I really want Bruce to meet a friend. Someone his age who’s a boy. Just somebody he can talk to. He doesn’t really have a lot of friends his age besides girls that are trying to manipulate him.”