David Mazouz was live online to talk about his time on “Gotham” with NIDO Sessions, in partnership with Comic Con Colombia. He reminisced about coming to Colombia a few years ago, the casting process of “Gotham”, how he became a fan of Batman by researching the character for the show, the process of creating his own Bruce Wayne, the evolution of the character and what helped him, and the difference between filming in the US and Latin America.
He also talked about the Snyder Cut and Snyderverse, his experiences at conventions, his relationship with the “Gotham” cast, the fans and gifts they gave him, the fun he had on set with Sean Pertwee, working with Cameron Monaghan, and how “Gotham” is part of the canon now and could inspire future iterations of Batman. Finally, he explained he’s currently focusing on college, and answered some fan questions about the content of the letter Bruce gave Selina before leaving Gotham in season 5, and the hardest scene he ever did on the show.
You can watch the conversation below:
The video is also available on Facebook.
David Mazouz joined his “Gotham” co-stars Sean Pertwee, Erin Richards and Robin Lord Taylor for a virtual panel yesterday, for WizardWorld Virtual Experiences. The cast talked about what they’ve learned during quarantine, how they got their part on “Gotham”, their favorite memories from the show, what they kept from the set, if they’d like to play their character again, what’s next for them in their career, and what their plans for the holidays are. If you missed it, you can now watch a replay on YouTube.
A brand new poster for the final two episodes of “Gotham” season 5 has been released today, teasing the arrival of Batman, and coinciding with the 80th anniversary of The Dark Knight:
Link to the gallery:
Promotional Pictures > Season 5 > Posters
DC to Host Batman Birthday Bash at WonderCon 2019
(March 22, 2018 – Burbank, CA) – DC will host a Batman birthday bash honoring the 80th anniversary of the iconic Super Hero Batman at this year’s WonderCon, taking place in Anaheim on March 29-31.
For the eight decades since Gotham City millionaire socialite Bruce Wayne donned the cape and cowl, Batman has served as a symbol of determination, bravery and justice to generations of fans across comic books, movies, television, video games and more. On Saturday, March 30 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., DC celebrates this incredible pop culture milestone by assembling a panel that will be the talk of WonderCon! This panel features legendary talents who have contributed to The Dark Knight-s 80-year legacy:
• David Mazouz, stars as a young Bruce Wayne on the hit TV series “Gotham”
• Kevin Conroy, renowned voice of Batman in the fan-favorite “Batman: The Animated Series” and “Batman: Arkham” video games
• Lee Meriwether, who starred in the 1960’s “Batman” movie as Catwoman
• Roger Craig Smith, the voice of Batman in the “Batman: Arkham Origins” video game and the popular animated film “Batman: Ninja”
• Jim Lee, DC Publisher, Chief Creative Officer and “Batman: Hush” artist
• Grace Randolph, host of “Behind The Trailer” and Batman pop culture expert
“Gotham” may be on hiatus for a few weeks (the penultimate episode will air on April 18), but there are still exciting things to look forward to in the meantime!