Colin Farrell Reveals If He Would Return for ‘The Batman’ Sequel

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Colin Farrell is addressing the possibility of returning for another The Batman movie.

While stepping out for the premiere of his new movie Thirteen Lives, the 46-year-old actor revealed if he would play Oswald “Oz” Cobblepot, aka Penguin, again in the upcoming reported The Batman sequel.

“Oh my god, you kidding me?!” Colin shared. “It’s so much fun, are you joking [with] me? I’ve been around the block man. That was an easy sport, I mean…it was a joy.”

Back in April, it was reported that a sequel for The Batman is in the works, with Robert Pattinson returning as the superhero and Matt Reeves directing again.

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“Matt’s up to his bollocks, you know, hovering over the keyboard and just planning the story because he’s just so meticulous,” Colin added.

While he hasn’t officially been announced to join the second film in the series, Farrell was already set to return to Penguin in an upcoming miniseries based on the character.

‘[Reeves is] so obsessive about what he does, but he’s all over The Penguin as well,’ he continued. ‘I mean, he’s not gonna direct it but he’s all over the structure of the scripts and who’s gonna direct them. And so, it’s exciting.’

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The Batman was both a critical and commercial success after its release earlier in the year.

Colin also shared an update on his upcoming The Penguin series, that Matt is developing for HBO Max.

“He’s so obsessive about what he does, but he’s all over The Penguin as well,” Colin explained. “I mean, he’s not gonna direct it but he’s all over the structure of the scripts and who’s gonna direct them. And so, it’s exciting.”

In another recent interview, Colin opened up about the panic attacks he suffered while filming Thirteen Lives.

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