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Colin Farrell says he’s 100 percent on board for ‘The Batman’ sequel (exclusive)

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Colin Farrell is definitely up for a sequel Batman, While on the red carpet for the premiere of thirteen lives At the famed Westwood Village Theater in Los Angeles, Pharrell damn jumped out of his shoes when ET’s Will Marfugi asked him if he would be up for the sequel, with director Matt Reeves giving him a ring.

“Oh my god, are you kidding me?!” Farrell asked rhetorically. “It’s so funny, are you kidding? [with] Me? I’ve been around the block man. It was an easy game, I mean… it was a pleasure.”

As of now, there’s no official word on a sequel to the superhero movie starring Farrell, Robert Pattinson, Paul Dano, and Zoe Kravitz, but Pharrell can certainly imagine that to happen.

“Matt is up to his Bolx, you know, hovering over the keyboard and just planning the story because he’s so meticulous,” Farrell says. “He’s very passionate about what he does, but he’s all over it” [HBO Max’s] the Penguin [series] Too. I mean, he is not going to direct it, but he is on the whole structure of the script and who is going to direct them. And so, it’s exciting.”

Pharrell steals the limelight Batman With his jaw-dropping transformation as mid-level mobster Oswald “Oz” Cobblepot, better known as a penguin. Ahead of BatmanReleased earlier this year, Pharrell praised makeup artist and prosthetics designer Michael Marino for bringing “Oz” to life in a process that required hours of work and patience. Farrell, again, couldn’t help but give Merino another devotional bath.

“I was hiding under Mike Marino’s work,” Farrell said. “Mike Marino has such talent – what he did, what he created. I’ve never owned less than the role I played.” [“Oz”], I really can’t. It’s 50-50, maybe 49-51 in his favor.”

for HBO Max series the Penguinwhich got the following a straight-to-chain sequence BatmanA resounding box office success, Pharrell revealed that he has yet to begin filming the series. He said he has started working on the science-fiction drama for Apple TV+ Sugar on Monday, but he is expected to begin filming the Penguin in the new Year.

In the interim, Pharrell fans can catch him thirteen livesIn select theaters on Friday and on Amazon Prime on August 5.

He recently told ET about having a “panic attack” while filming the Ron Howard-directed Thailand cave rescue biopic, and Pharrell described filming underwater as “terrible.”

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