The last time we saw Penguin at the end of “Batman,” he was looking out his window at flooded Gotham City while Nirvana’s “There’s something on the way“played on the soundtrack and Robert Pattinson’s Batman tells in a voiceover how Gotham’s ‘criminal elements never sleep’ before they get better,” with some (ie. he) seize the “opportunity to take everything they can.” This clearly makes Penguin a candidate for the throne of the Gotham underworld, one who will seek to fill the power vacuum left by his former boss, Carmine Falcone (John Turturro).
While promoting “The Banshees of Inisherin”, Farrell also said Collider This week the “Penguin” series will shoot in New York. He mentions “Oz” as a point of comparison, and I assume he’s talking about the HBO prison drama “Oz” and not “The Wizard of Oz,” even though you never know. .
“I think if it continues,” Farrell said, “I read the first volume, it was as delicious and very unusual as the character on the page and what Matt Reeves envisioned when he thought about this iteration of the series. the explosion of ‘Oz.’ Yes, it will be, I think six or eight. I have to read volumes two and three within the next week.”
Six to eight hours sounds like the right dose of Penguin if you ask me. We’ll keep you informed about the next development of the “Penguin” series, and in the meantime, remember: a bat is a mouse with wings.
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