Young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) will get closer to becoming Batman in Season 3 of Fox's Gotham -- but he certainly has a long way to go.
Actor David Mazouz comments on his dual roles next season and how they mirror Bruce Wayne's own increasingly fractured psyche.
Star David Mazouz makes a pitch to bring the Boy of Steel to the mean streets of Gotham City.
Sean Pertwee called Alfred Bruce Wayne's "enabler," while Smith hyped Nigma coming into his Riddler identity in Season 3.
Today "Gotham" released new footage from season three and hinted at the origin story of at lease two Suicide Squad members.
EPs Danny Cannon & John Stephens, stars David Mazouz, Ben McKenzie, Robin Lord Taylor and more discuss what happens after "Rise of the Villains."
COMIC REEL: Shipp Says "New Mutants" Cameo Would Be "Awesome"; Boyega's Rep Comments On "Black Panther" Rumor
Alexandra Shipp wants to play Storm in many movies; rumors of John Boyega's "Black Panther" role may have been exaggerated and more.
David Mazouz, BD Wong and Sean Pertwee offer a preview of this week's episode of "Gotham: Wrath of the Villains."
Written and directed by "Wolf Creek's" Greg McLean, the supernatural thriller centers on a family that brings home more than souvenirs from a vacation.
COMIC REEL: "Gotham's" Mazouz Details Bruce & Lucius' New Dynamic; "Walking Dead's" Yeun Reveals Fave Walker Kill
David Mazouz says Lucius Fox will "go on a journey" with Bruce; Steven Yeun's favorite zombie fight took place way back in "TWD" season 3.
The "Batman v Superman" director says his film has a "pretty good" Batman; "X-Men: Apocalypse's" Olivia Munn talks "lethal" Psylocke and more.
In the latter half of "Gotham" season two, which returns February 29, Bruce Wayne will finally discover the identity of his parents' killers.
As more villains rise in "Gotham's" second season, Mr. Freeze is heavily teased in this new promo as Gotham City is seen completely frozen over.
In the next episode of "Gotham," the status quo for Selina Kyle and Oswald Cobblepot gets shaken up in the face of a betrayal and a hidden threat.
Natalie Alyn Lind makes her "Gotham" debut as the ward of Theo Galavan and casts an enchanting spell on David Mazouz's Bruce.
Two new clips from next week's episode, "The Last Laugh," show Bruce and Alfred stepping out, and Gordon and Bullock tracking down Barbara.
Though Bruce Wayne is still a ways away from being Batman, the dynamic between Bruce and Alfred in "Gotham" has resonance for Bat-fans.