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Batman star Colin Farrell wants to reprise the role of Penguin in sequel

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Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson took comic book fans by storm earlier this year Batman, which soon became one of the most acclaimed DC movies of all time. It’s no surprise that Warner Bros. is totally going over the version of Gotham City that Reeves brought to life. A spinoff series is coming to HBO Max, focusing on Colin Farrell’s Penguin and his rise to power and giving fans more time with one of the film’s most popular characters. For his part, Farrell also wants Reeves to direct. batman sequel.

speak with entertainment tonightFarrell said that he would like to not only for the spinoff series, but also to reprise his role as Penguin. batman 2,

“Oh my god, are you kidding me?!” Farrell asked when he thought of returning Batman The sequel was introduced. “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.”

Farrell said of Reeves, “Matt is up to his Bolx, you know, hovering over the keyboard and planning the story because he’s so meticulous.” “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.”

Farrell was almost unrecognizable as Oswald Cobblepot BatmanThanks to Mike Marino for some of the best prosthetics.

“I was hiding under Mike Marino’s work,” Farrell said of his performance. “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.”

Batman is currently streaming on HBO Max, the same service that will eventually be the special home of Pharrell’s Penguin series.

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Reference from comicbook.com

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