The Penguin trailer is Out

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Check out the new trailer for The Penguin series! Even though we don’t see Batman, the city’s crime is on the rise. Collin Farrell is back as the sneaky nightclub owner, Oswald “Penguin” Cobblepot, in this thrilling show. Directed by Matt Reeves, who also directed The Batman, this series promises to be action-packed and full of surprises.

In the trailer, Farrell’s Penguin character shares a bit of his backstory. He talks about a gangster from his childhood who was a big deal in the neighborhood. This guy helped people and was well-loved. But when he passed away, the whole neighborhood honored him with a parade. It wasn’t fancy, but it showed how much he meant to everyone. Penguin wonders if he’ll ever be remembered like that.

The trailer gives us a glimpse of Penguin’s dark side, with scenes of violence and explosions. It ends with the message: “Max Original. The Penguin. This Fall.” While we don’t have an exact release date yet, we know it’s coming in Fall 2024.

Penguin trailer

Alongside Farrell, the series features Cristin Milioti as Sofia Falcone, Clancy Brown as Salvatore Maroni, Michael Zegen as Alberto Falcone, and Michael Kelly as Johnny Vitti. There are more actors to be revealed soon.

The show’s executive producers, including Matt Reeves and Collin Farrell, are excited to bring this story to life. Created by Lauren LeFranc, The Penguin is based on the comic of the same name by Bill Finger.
So, what’s the series all about? Sarah Aubrey, head of originals at Max, says it’s all about showing us Penguin’s life. We’ll see him navigating the streets of Gotham, trying to climb to the top. He’s a hustler and a strategist with big dreams.

The series will have eight episodes, giving us plenty of time to dive into Penguin’s character and the world of Gotham. It’ll be full of twists and turns, with new characters popping up along the way. And unlike Batman, Penguin isn’t soaring through the sky. He’s right there on the ground, dealing with the gritty reality of the city.

Overall, The Penguin promises to be a unique and exciting addition to the Batman universe. With its focus on street-level crime and Penguin’s journey, it’s sure to keep audiences hooked from start to finish. So mark your calendars for Fall 2024 and get ready to dive into the world of Gotham like never before!

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