The Penguin Trailer: Teases Next Chapter in Matt Reeves

The Penguin Trailer: Teases Next Chapter in Matt Reeves

The next chapter in Matt Reeves’ Batman storyline and the impending Max drama series are hinted at in the latest teaser trailer for The Penguin.
The teaser features Colin Farrell’s Oz Cobb having a lengthy conversation while reminiscing about a previous crime lord who he obviously aspires to be like. The Batman film directed by Matt Reeves, in which Colin Farrell made his screen debut as the renowned Gotham gangster, is followed by The Penguin.

The Penguin Trailer:

This fall, viewers can anticipate the debut of “The Penguin,” an eight-episode series from DC Studios featuring Colin Farrell, Cristin Milioti, Rhenzy Feliz, Michael Kelly, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Deirdre O’Connell, Clancy Brown, and Michael Zegen. The show is helmed by executive producers Matt Reeves, Dylan Clark, Colin Farrell, and Lauren LeFranc, who also serves as showrunner and writer. Craig Zobel directs the initial three episodes, with Bill Carraro rounding out the production team.

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Moving on to the sequel of Robert Pattinson’s 2022 “The Batman” film, fans can mark their calendars for its release on October 2, 2026, following a one-year delay. While details about the sequel remain scarce, it was initially announced alongside James Gunn and Peter Safran’s DCU in early 2023. Gunn clarified that “The Batman – Part II” will be part of Matt Reeves’ envisioned “crime saga” trilogy, which includes the aforementioned “Penguin” TV series. Reeves chose to keep “The Batman” separate from the broader DCU.

Despite this separation, Gunn assured fans that “The Batman – Part II” will receive full support from Warner Bros. and won’t be treated as a secondary project. Additionally, Gunn and Safran are developing their own Batman film titled “The Brave and the Bold” for the DCU, slated for a release between 2026 or 2027.

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