David Mazouz: Gotham Is A Game Of Manipulation


Bruce Wayne had a lot of growing up to do in the first season of Gotham. Realizing that nobody, not even his father, is all they appear to be. That he has enemies ready to take him out. David Mazouz talked about what he learned about who Bruce Wayne was in season one how he is changing and adapting for Gotham season two.

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"I think over the year I just kind of learned who Bruce was: his weaknesses, his strengths, the things that he likes to do, the things he doesn’t – I really got to know who Bruce Wayne is. With that knowledge, I’m able to bring a whole new approach to season 2. That approach is that I think Bruce in season 1 was very honest, and very straight-forward, whereas in season 2 he learns that you can’t be that way in Gotham. (laughs) There’s a game you have to play. It’s a game of manipulation, a game of corruption, and Bruce is going to start to play it."

We know Batman is pretty good at manipulation. We’ll see Bruce Wayne starting to learn those ways when season two of Gotham premiers September 21st on Fox!

h/t Comicbook.com

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