David Mazouz talked to the Down and Nerdy Podcast prior to tomorrow night’s season 5 premiere of “Gotham” (8/7c on FOX).
David says how proud he is of the show, what Bruce has taught him throughout the years, and where season 5 picks up after the end of season 4. He also talks about his relationship with Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth), the characters returning for the final season, and the introduction of “Gotham’s” own version of Bane (played by Shane West). Finally, David recalls one of his favorite moments for Bruce on the show, and he thanks the fans for their support.
Listen to the whole interview below (starts at 46:41):
The wait is almost over: “Gotham” returns in a few hours (8/7c on FOX). This morning, David Mazouz was on the phone with radio stations for some interviews before tonight’s spring premiere.
He talked with 100.7 WHUD about Bruce’s wild current lifestyle, working with Kiefer Sutherland on “Touch”, how he’d like to play Batman on the big screen one day, and why he likes playing this character so much. The interview is available below:
David was also on FM 102/1 to discuss Bruce’s state of mind when the show returns, playing party Bruce, how the second half of season 4 will be action-packed for his character, working with the stunt department on fight scenes, the bruises he gets from training for the part, Bruce and Alfred’s relationship, and fans and meeting people at conventions. Listen to his interview below:
With “Gotham” coming back tomorrow (March 1), the promotion is in full swing this week. Today, David Mazouz has been doing various interviews, including two audio ones that you can listen to below.
David was on All Star Mornings, where he talked about party Bruce and the pain he’s going through, Bruce going back to being a vigilante later this season, the new Ivy, and what he loves about playing his character. He also answered a short Batman trivia quiz. Listen to the whole interview below:
David also appeared on Arroe Collins‘s podcast, where he discussed the mid-season break, the cinematography of the show, Bruce’s current darker side, how “Gotham” isn’t a superhero show but an origin story, the arrival of a new Ivy, the collaboration between the writers/directors and the actors, and the behind-the-scenes work of the show’s creative team. You can listen to the podcast below: