Welcome to The Bat & The Cat, a fanpage dedicated to "Gotham" characters Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle, aka young Batman and Catwoman, played by David Mazouz and Camren Bicondova.

Follow the site on Twitter Follow the site on YouTube Follow the site on Instagram Follow the site on Tumblr Follow the site on Facebook

Latest pictures

Syfy Wire (2017)

Exclusive: Gotham star David Mazouz reveals how Ra's al Ghul's return affects Bruce's mission

October 4, 2017   |   Written by Lucas Siegel

This week on “Gotham”, Ra’s al Ghul returns, and that’s not a good sign for Gotham City, or for Bruce Wayne. Wednesday in New York, star David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne) was honored with a seat on the “Ride of Fame,” a sight-seeing bus that honors stars with an impact on New York City. After the ceremony, he talked with SYFY WIRE about how “Gotham” will be affected by the return of Ra’s.

“Ra’s whole purpose is for Bruce to see that he is his heir. Bruce is the only person that can commit this deed – that I’m not going to spoil – but that Ra’s wants him to do,” Mazouz teased. “Bruce, obviously, is not having it, but Ra’s is the devil over Bruce’s shoulder, taking the very last strand of good and vulnerability and boyish innocence that Bruce has, and snapping it in half.”

That may sound like a season-long arc, but as fans may have noticed from the first two episodes this year, the pace has picked up quite a bit in “Gotham” Season 4.

“It’s gonna be very soon. It’s not something you have to wait for. It happens in the next couple of episodes that are going to air,” Mazouz promised. “It’s scary, it’s really really dark, really intense, and it will bring Bruce to a place he’s never been to. He hits rock bottom.”

The season started out the season in a makeshift costume, getting out into the city and fighting crime, but don’t expect him to just become Batman in the next few weeks. In fact, Mazouz says, don’t expect him to be wearing any costume for an extended period, starting soon.

“He started in the costume, but he’s not going to be continuing in this trajectory all the way through… very, very soon we’ll see him take a huge step back because of a traumatic event,” he said. Sounds like the presence of al Ghul will put Bruce on a different path. “He’s going to become… not a lot of people are going to like it. He’s a bit of a jerk-hole.”

“Gotham” airs Thursday nights at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.


%d bloggers like this: