The Batman: Colin Farrell revealed that The Penguin has few scenes

In new statements, Colin Farrell, who will play The Penguin in the new movie The Batman, revealed that his character will not have as many scenes on screen as expected.

Even if The Batman It will feature numerous villains, it seems that there will be a malevolent team behind the new Bruce Wayne, played by Robert Pattinson. That is what it has revealed Colin Farrell, actor who was confirmed months ago to play El Pinguino in the new movie Matt Reeves. According to him, he only has a couple of scenes in the long-awaited movie that will show us a new version of the best-known superhero.

In an interview with Good Morning America, Colin Farrell explained that he still has to roll a couple of things on the set of The Batman. The actor was in the middle of his scenes just when production had to stop because of the new coronavirus. The actor revealed that he is very excited to bring the character to life, but admitted that he does not have a very long role in the film but only a couple of good scenes.

“It had just started and I can't wait to go back. The creation of the character, her aesthetic, has been a lot of fun and I am very excited to go back and explore. And I don't have that much to do, I have little to do in the movie. I'm not at all, in any way. But there are a couple of delicious sequences I have and my creation and I can't wait to return. It feels like something I haven't had a chance to explore before. It feels original and fun, but it's just the beginning, so I can't wait to go back and get into it, "he revealed.

What can we expect from the movie?

Regarding the details about The Batman, these are very rare. It is known that the film will be set in the first years of the crime fight in which the superhero embarks. But the exact premise remains a mystery and it will be a very dark version.

Colin Farrell was one of the first antagonists to be confirmed. It is known of its role, of Paul Dano like El Acertijo and Zoë Kravitz like Catwoman, but not much more about the participation of each one. The large number of villains was an early signal of concern to some fans, as a film rarely makes good use of so many antagonists in the same story. | Movies, comics and series