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Fox has added two more castmembers to its upcoming Gotham series, David Mazouz and Camren Bicondova.
Mazouz, who was on Touch, will play Bruce Wayne as a child and newcomer Bicondova has been cast as a young Selina Kyle, according to The Hollywood Reporter. They are the last regular members of the cast to be added.
Wayne is described as a quiet and serious kid, following the murders of his parents, and is watched over by Ben McKenzie's James Gordon and Sean Pertwee's Alfred Pennyworh. Kyle is described as an orphan who is skilled on the streets, being both dangerous and unpredictable.
The two young actors join a cast that, besides McKenzie and Pertwee, includes Jada Pinkett Smith, who will be playing nightclub owner and gangster Fish Mooney. Robin Lord Taylor was cast to play the classic Batman villain The Penguin and will be one of the first villains introduced in the series.
Danny Cannon is on board to direct the pilot from Bruno Heller and follows a young Gordon as he navigates the streets of Gotham and is partnered with veteran Harvey Bullock, played by Donal Logue.
The plan is to focus mainly on Gordon, but Wayne and other classic characters will be featured in their early days before Wayne eventually becomes Batman.
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