A recent batch of clips has popped up, and the video seen above features one of the most important moments in comic history, as Gotham City detective James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) meets a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) for the first time, cementing a lifelong semi-partnership in the name of justice.
While series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. get fans’ imaginations going crazy over what Marvel movie cameos may or may not be happening, you'll never be seeing Zack Snyder’s Batman saving anyone on The CW’s Arrow. DC has no interest in that kind of crossover appeal.
In this excellent preview, viewers are ushered into Gotham’s world in the most immersive way possible, at least through a video clip. It helps if you splash water on your face while you’re watching. Trust me. I'm Batman.
Holy bat-quisition! Fox’s upcoming drama series Gotham has a built-in fanbase, given the near-universal love for all things Batman-related, and that appears to be good enough for Netflix, which can't be bothered with waiting for the show to come out before signing an exclusive deal for worldwide rights.
Fox’s long-awaited DC Comics series, Gotham, is finally hitting the network next month, and to give fans a little bit of an idea about what they can expect, the show released an extended preview of the series called “Gotham: The Legend Reborn.” Clocking in at 21 minutes, the preview is chock full of actors and crew members talking about the great experience shooting Gotham has been.
Fox is gearing up to premiere Gotham this fall, and while we’ve seen trailers and TV spots, it looks like there is still room to add new characters. On Friday, the Batman prequel series announced that Dexter actor David Zayas is joining the cast, and in the new series, he won’t be playing one of the detectives in the squad.
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off a week from today, so the timing is perfect for Warner Bros. to unveil the designs for the collectible bags, which will be handed out to all registered attendees when they arrive to pick up their SDCC badges.
Fox has announced their Fall 2014 premiere schedule. Along with bringing back a number of returning shows, the network will debut the highly anticipated Batman prequel series Gotham, murder mystery Gracepoint, John Mulaney's new comedy Mulaney, the hospital-set drama Red Band Society and new reality series Utopia.
If you thought that Fox’s Gotham didn’t have any more casting surprises in store just because the pilot was already filmed, you’ll be bat-stonished to know that isn’t the case at all. TV and Hollywood vet Carol Kane (Hester Street) has been added to the cast in a recurring role as Batman’s sidekick Robin and…just kidding!
Warner Bros. Television has announced their plans for Comic-Con in San Diego later this month. That includes the traditional Wednesday pilot screenings for preview night, as well as a bevy of panels for their new and popular TV series during the convention.
There is an impressive amount of comic book content coming to television this year. In addition to returning shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Arrow, the networks will be flooded with programming like Marvel Studios’ Agent Carter and DC’s Gotham, The Flash, and Constantine. Really, it’s a comic book fans dream, but if you just can’t wait and want to get an early look at some of those shows, I have some very good news for you.
In a new video preview for the fall series, the Gotham cast discuss their roles, including how certain heroes and villains need each other in these early stages of their development. We also get some information on Detective James Gordon's involvement in the Wayne Murder case.
Over the last 75 we've seen all kinds of different versions of DC Comics' Gotham, adapted into the visions of a whole bunch of different artists and filmmakers, but soon we will get to experience a whole new one. Later this year we will see the debut of the new television series Gotham, and in addition to a new take on the legendary fictional city it will also be filled with a whole bunch of dynamic heroes and villains. Today we get a closer look at a handful of them.
As we've known since the series was first announced, Fox's Gotham won't be featuring Batman in its episodes - instead handing the spotlight over to Detective James Gordon - but it will be showcasing some of comics' most legendary villains. Its those characters who are at the center of this latest spot for the show.
Your chance to visit the fictional world of Gotham City could become a reality. Kind of. Fox's upcoming series Gotham is casting background extras for the Gotham City-set drama next week in New York City. They're looking for both union and non-union people to try out.