GOTHAM Pounces With New Selina Kyle Character Portrait
As we are fully aware, Fox is moving very quickly on their Gotham series. The network has shown quite a bit of faith the project as they skipped the pilot phase and ordered it straight to series. Sometime that pays off, and other times, not so much (take NBC’s Dracula for instance). But the pieces are all there for this series to be a hit: great premise, amazing cast and a good behind-the-scenes team. From what we’ve seen, this could be a big hit for Fox.
The other day, we got our first official look at the series with a character image of Donal Logue, who is filling the role of Harvey Bullock- a dead ringer if I may say so. Today, we have our first official look at Selina Kyle, ,who is being played by newcomer Camren Bicondova. As you can see, she’s sporting some nods to the iconic Catwoman costumes of past films and television series, as well as some strategically placed skyscrapers behind her. Overall, not a bad look.
Gotham follows a young Jim Gordon, played by Ben McKenzie, as he joins the Gotham City Police Department under the tutelage of Harvey Bullock. The death of Thomas and Martha Wayne, the parents of future Batman, Bruce Wayne, will play a prominent role throughout the series. It will also explore the origins of some of Gotham’s most iconic villains, starting off with Penguin, being played by Robin Taylor.
Joining the previously mentioned will be Jada Pinkett Smith, Sara Paxton, Sean Pertwee, David Mazouz and Zabryna Guevara. A premier date has not been revealed, but you can expect to see the series show up later this year. It’s likely that we’ll see more of these pics show up in the very near future as well.
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