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Discussion in 'Past DC TV Series' started by Thread Manager, Feb 3, 2018.
Hmmm. We'll see how the execution goes, I guess!
There's no triplet? Good.
I’m going with the clone theory.
No. No clone theory, I despise that one.
Still holding onto the belief that after the chemical vat fall, Jeremiah emerges as Joker with no recollection of who he was. I didn't read Cameron's comments as being really that literal.
I like that much more! Only hope this is the case!
Out of curiosity, does anyone know if the comics have ever given a reason as to why most of the decent people/civilians don't simply move from Gotham City? I mean you think that with all of the gang wars and villains that they have, that most people would want to move away for their lives.
Good point, though I think you could make the argument that some people in Gotham just can't afford to move out of the city.
Final episode title according to IMDB.
"Gotham" Legend of the Dark Knight: Batman (TV Episode) - IMDb
Yeah, I'd take that with a huge grain of salt.
I wouldn't doubt if it was called finale.
Does anyone know if they have already finished filming the series finale yet?
If they have then either all of Batman's scenes are in secured/indoor locations or the production are that good with security because I was sure that a set photo of the Batman costume would have leaked by now.
I think many would have but for Gordon, GCPD and Batman.
They finished it in November/December. Gotham's production ended last month as well.
EXCLUSIVE Gotham Interview Andrew Sellon Mr. Penn from Gotham
There is a brand new Gotham Interview for you with Andrew Sellon who plays Mr. Penn on Gotham. This interview contains spoilers all the way up to Gotham Season 5 Episode 3.
Apparently if it went on longer, he would have became Ventriloquist and Tabitha would have been Tigress. He was even a real life Ventriloquist.
New interview, spoilers if you haven't caught up yet:
Gotham: Bane's Coming, Y'all
Where Is Gotham's Jeremiah? Here's What The Showrunner Told Us
Why Gotham Is Using Ecco As its Harley Quinn
How Gotham Set The Stage For Bruce And Selina To Become Batman And Catwoman
This is still frustrating:
Jeremiah Will Return and Evolve Again on Gotham
So after all that is said and done Jeremiah still is being beat around the bush as a Joker. Hopefully it changes by the time the finale comes around.
Still think Jeremiah is it, and that John Stephens just said this to keep the WB executives off his back.
Of course, he still words all of this in the worst possible way that it gets people angry, so he's either doing this deliberately or is just mindnumbingly ignorant.
YouTube user BobaTalks interviewed Francesca Root-Dodson (the actress who plays Ecco).
David Mazouz just did an interview for Gotham podcast here talking about post "Penguin, Our Hero" here:
David Mazouz EXCLUSIVE Gotham Season 5 Interview – Gotham TV Podcast Episode 133
He talks about:
What is Bruce’s motivation at the beginning of the season?
Does David enjoy playing the more manipulative side of Bruce to get what he wants to save Selina?
David discusses the key differences between Selina and Bruce, Catwoman and Batman, despite their obvious similarities.
David Mazouz also talks about how satisfied he is with how Gotham ends. From the appearance of canes, mustaches and monocles to how the citizens of Gotham went from being ordinary people to being larger than life.
Has anyone heard of anyone who will be playing Batman in the finale? It can't be David, given obvious reasons.
I also had this random thought: I wonder if the finale won't have a recast on Bruce for older Bruce/.Batman on the show. Thus its Gordon as the main, and the secondary main is Batman (not Bruce, bc Bruce unmasked isn't shown).
If that happens, do you think they';d be doing that as an unofficial pilot for a Gotham Central series?
John Stephens confirmed no recasts.
What I think they'll do is, get a stunt double in the Batman costume and have David ADR over the lines.
Sounds about right.
'Gotham' Showrunner Says Cameron Monaghan's Third Character Has Even More "Joker Elements"
Jeremiah falls into Ace Chemicals, emerges as the Joker. There! That's how it will be.
Imagine if he said Nicolson's line from batman '89: "you can call me...Joker!"