‘Gotham’ Season 3 Spoilers: Superman Cameo Happening?

‘Gotham’ Season 3 Spoilers: Superman Cameo Happening?
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Fox’s DC TV series “Gotham” is currently one of the most anticipated shows. The mediocre series gained its traction for the upcoming season 3 when the studio released a teasing promo poster.


The image revealed the Court of Owls, teasing it to be part of their plot in season 3. Currently Fox hasn’t revealed any further details on it. However, it looks the TV series plans on involving more characters from DC Universe.

Recently, young actor David Mazouz hinted the possibility for a new DC superhero to appear briefly in Gotham series. The Bruce Wayne of the TV show suggested bringing in a young Clark Kent a.k.a future superman as a cameo.

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David revealed to IGN at Fox’s Television Critics Association Party that “You know, Clark Kent as a teenager saves a busload of kids from drowning, right?” he said. “It would just be really cool to just start a scene in the GCPD and just pan, like start on a newspaper that says, ’15-Year-Old Boy in Metropolis Saves Busload of Kids From Drowning.’ And then just pan up and have a regular scene that has nothing to do with the … throw a little hint.”

Technically, as suggested by David the possibility of revealing the existence of Superman could likely happen in Gotham TV series. However, Fox still hasn’t revealed their views on it yet.

Gotham season 3 will premiere its first episode on September 19th, 2016. Fans will also get to see a grown up Poison Ivy played by actress Maggie Geha, Harley Quinn and Solomon Grundy. Furthermore, a different version of Killer Croc has also been hinted to appear in the show as well.

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