Fresh off of adding three more cast members to its growing list of stars, the upcoming HBO series The Penguin is set to add Theo Rossi in a starring role.
According to a new report from Deadline, Rossi has been tapped to appear in the series in a “key recurring role” alongside Colin Farrell (who is reprising his role as Oswald “The Penguin” Cobblepot from The Batman) and Cristin Milioti in the upcoming The Batman spin-off.
Details about Rossi’s character are currently unknown.
Alongside Rossi, Farrell, and Milioti, The Penguin is also set to star Rhenzy Feliz, Michael Kelly, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Deirdre O’Connell, and Clancy Brown, with Michael Zegen, James Madio, and Scott Cohen also appearing in the show.
Rossi is best known for his roles as...
The Battinson returns.
As part of their huge announcement of a whole new universe of DC movies and shows, Warner Bros. confirmed that 2022’s hit The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as the latest version of the Dark Knight, would get a sequel. They also revealed its official title: The Batman – Part II.
The press release for this new DC Universe, which will consist of ten movies and shows to start, doesn’t mention any further details about The Batman – Part II. In fact, The Batman – Part II is technically not part of this new DC Universe, which will have its own totally separate Batman movie, called The Brave and the Bold, and will feature Batman partnering with a new Robin: His own son, Damian Wayne. Instead it will be branded as a “DC Elsew...
During a recent interview with ComingSoon, actor Linus Roache revealed how he looks back on his time working with critically acclaimed director Christopher Nolan on the first of his iconic Batman films.
Roache, who played Thomas Wayne in Batman Begins, spoke about how only seven days of work on the film has impacted his entire life.
“I look back on it like, ‘Wow, that was seven days’ work and I seem to get more recognition or acknowledgment for it than many things I’ve done!’ The beginning of an iconic era of Batman and I don’t think I realized how significant it was going to be,” Roache stated. “People come and quote that line at me, ‘Why do we fall down, Bruce? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up again.’ People say, ‘That changed my life. That really helped.’ ...