The Penguin, a HBO Max series starring Colin Farrell, will help set the stage for the upcoming Batman 2 sequel.

The highly anticipated spinoff series based on Colin Farrell’s Oswald Cobblepot, a.k.a. The Pekingese. Although the existence of this particular show has been known for some time, it has now been established that it will directly relate to the still-in-progress sequel to 2022’s The Batman, which was surprisingly excellent.

To the relief of many, Reeves confirmed that The Batman 2 will still be released—though not necessarily under that title. However, it was understandable for fans to be curious as to how Farrell’s Penguin show would be affected by the recent, rather drastic changes at Warner Bros. Discovery. Fortunately, any concerns regarding the miniseries were quickly addressed by the director. He even clarified that it might be required viewing for the sequel to Batman.

In an interview with Collider, Reeves confirmed that The Batman 2 is safe among Warner Bros.

Discovery’s restructuring and offered a juicy little tease regarding Farrell’s project. Here are the 7 most iconic movie vigilantes, ranked. We are going to begin filming The Penguin with Colin very, very soon. Reeves stated, “That is extremely exciting.” Actually, there is a whole web of things we want to do: how we are doing with Penguin, how that leads to the sequel, how that sequel will play out, and what that sequel will be.”

In addition, additional supplemental projects may be in the works to flesh out The Batman’s gritty Gotham City. Reeves continued, “We also have some other things planned.” I’m extremely enthusiastic about and excited about the BatVerse of what we’re doing. So I’m happy.” He probably means the recently announced Arkham Asylum spinoff series, among other things. However, it’s possible that additional projects are in the works.

It’s a fascinating concept that the sequel to The Batman might use The Penguin as a prelude. The 2022 movie impressed viewers in numerous ways. There are a lot of reasons to be excited for more stories set in that rich, dark world, including the stunning use of The Volume technology by the cinematographers and the incredible performances by stars like Zoe Kravitz and Robert Pattinson.

We hope that The Penguin—or whatever it eventually goes by—continues this tradition of excellence on screen. With his incredible performance as the character, Colin Farrell has already demonstrated his worth, so the prospect of seeing him in a miniseries is too appealing to pass up.

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