The Penguin: an explosive new trailer for the spin-off series of The Batman

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Colin Farrell in the series The Penguin.

Colin Farrell in the series The Penguin.

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Ready to explore the underbelly of Gotham City? The new chapter of the saga The Batman by Matt Reeves will open in September on Max with the series The Penguindedicated to the rise of Oswald Cobblepot in the world of crime.

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A new trailer unveiled by the streaming platform also gives us a better idea of ​​what awaits the criminal, nicknamed “The Penguin” in this story.

On the tracks of The Batman

As revealed by the trailer below, The Penguin takes place just after the events of Matt Reeves' film released in 2022. The Dark Knight's boots are not yet dry when here comes Oswald Cobblepot, ready to plot to take over the head of Gotham's underworld.

Colin Farrell in The Penguin.

Colin Farrell in The Penguin.

© Max

After the elimination of Carmine Falcone, the mafia needs a new leader, and Oswald Cobblepot, played by the still unrecognizable Colin Farrell (The Banshees of Inisherin, The Lobster), imagines himself taking this place.

However, he is not the only one and will have to jostle with Carmine's children, Sofia (played by Cristin Milioti) and Alberto Falcone (Michael Zegen), and face other gangsters like Salvatore Maroni (Clancy Brown) .

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Added to the cast of this Max Original series written by Lauren LeFranc (Agents of SHIELD) a multitude of quality actors: Rhenzy Feliz, Michael Kelly, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Deirdre O'Connell, Carmen Ejogo, François Chau and David H. Holmes.

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Matt Reeves executive produces with Craig Zobel (Mare of Easttown), who also took care of the production of the first three episodes of the series.

Cristin Milioti in The Penguin.

Cristin Milioti in The Penguin.

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The eight episodes of The Penguin will be broadcast from September on the new streaming service Max and should contain a cameo from the Dark Knight, Robert Pattinson having been seen on the set of the show last February.

The Batman: Part II won't be released until 2026.

The Batman: Part II will not be released until 2026.

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As a reminder, like Reeves' films, this mini-series is not part of the DC Universe from DC Studiosbut falls under the DC Elseworlds umbrella.

The release of The Batman: Part II in theaters has been postponed, and the film will not arrive on our screens before 2026. Until then, we will have to make do with the adventures of the Penguin.

In addition to this new trailer, a poster has also been revealed:

The Penguin miniseries arrives in September on Max.

Please note, the streaming platform Max is available in France via its official website but also in offers Canal+ And Prime Video.

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