‘Titans’ Season 2 Fills Bruce Wayne Role with ‘Game of Thrones’ Actor

Shutterstock- Iain Glen- DFree

Shutterstock- Iain Glen- DFree

As it turns out though, Iain Glen (Game of Thrones, Resident Evil film franchise) has landed one of the most coveted roles in the history of cinema, as he's now part of an exclusive club to have played Bruce Wayne.

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The multi-talented stage and screen actor known best for playingGame of Thrones knight and Daenerys Targaryen devotee Jorah Mormont is adding another famed and geeky name to his prolific repertoire: Bruce Wayne. According to the character breakdown provided by Deadline, this is going to be an older Bruce Wayne. After decades of fighting crime as Batman, the billionaire is just as driven to protect Gotham from evil as he was in his Caped Crusader days. Considering how Fox's prequel series will have concluded by the time Titans season 2 comes around though, that opens the door for more storytelling possibilities. While Batman is still as committed to protecting Gotham as he was as a young superhero, he and Grayson "hope to forge a new dynamic as Bruce tries to help his former sidekick and the Titans achieve success". Brenton Thwaites portrays Dick Grayson aka Robin, and the show's first season teased the Batman/Robin relationship with Thwaites spouting the infamous line, "Fuck Batman". Included on the team of misfit avengers is the vindictive and cunning alien princess Starfire (Anna Diop), the mysterious empath Raven (Teagan Croft), and the shape-shifting Beast Boy (Ryan Potter). For those of you who are unfamiliar, Deathstroke is considered by many to be a master assassin, whose skills are unmatched by any other in the game. Perhaps it's time to bury the Bat-hatchet, eh? The arc took place in the final episode of Titans season one and now fans will get to see Iain Glen truly bring the character to the DC Universe original series in season two.

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