FOX’s ‘Gotham’ detects its second installment in “Selina Kyle,” as the future Catwoman (Camren Bicondova) finds herself kidnapped by a child-trafficking ring, while Oswald Cobblepot struggles to regain a foothold outside of Gotham City, and Fish Mooney faces Don Carmine Falcone.
FOX Batman prequel drama 'Gotham' notably divided critics and fans alike with last week's premiere, while early word on tonight's "Selina Kyle" isn't faring much better, but the pre-superhero TV series is forging full-steam ahead with a rogues gallery of Bat-mythology. A new trailer for the upcoming season reveals not only David Zayas as Sal Maroni, but also Victor Zsasz, Arkham Asylum, and potentially even a nod to the villainous Scarecrow!
Whether you found yourself arrested by the premiere of FOX Batman prequel 'Gotham''s Monday premiere or not, there can be no denying the DC drama leaned heavily on teasing future villains. Now, see where said villains will come to call home as 'Gotham' begins setting up a seasonal arc with the first official description of episode 4, "Arkham"!
Just how many times have we watched a young Bruce Wayne witness the murder of his parents? No origin story for the Caped Crusader has been without it, and FOX's Batman prequel series, 'Gotham,' is no different. As the new drama premiered this week, kicking off with the brutal death of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, a new supercut has hit the web of all the time's we've seen this scene onscreen -- and it's quite a number of times.
The cat is officially out of the bag now that FOX's 'Gotham' has at long last premiered its Bat-prequel drama, though the pilot only had so much time to spend away from a young Jim Gordon. And while Camren Bicondova's young Catwoman made her slinky presence known without a word, get ready for an up-close look at "Selina Kyle" and our erstwhile Penguin with the first clips from episode 2!
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We live in a different world now. I can’t imagine any serious Batman fan feels underrepresented. Now, watching the ‘60s ‘Batman’ series, it all seems really, I don’t know, fun. Hey, I know that I can watch ‘The Dark Knight’ any time I want. I don’t feel like the camp is being forced on me, it just seems like an option now. And with so many dark and depressing superhero movies, it’s kind of nice to see something so lighthearted. And then there’s ‘Gotham.’ Oh, brother.
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FOX's 'Gotham' will formally premiere its pre-Bat drama this coming Monday for those who missed the premiere at Comic-Con 2014, but why wait? The network has released its first formal clip from the pilot episode, as a young James Gordon learns from Oswald Cobblepot how corrupt 'Gotham' can truly be. Plus, meet Penguin's mommy in photos from episode 2, "Selina Kyle!"
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, the new Batmobile and 'Avengers 2' plot synopsis are revealed, the Howling Commandos return (on TV), and Andrew Garfield calls out Sony on the failure of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.'