See Game Of Thrones Star Iain Glen As Batman In Titans

Iain Glen Titans

Iain Glen Titans

In fact, Batman's face was kept mainly hidden from the camera because unbeknownst to Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) the story fans were seeing was taking place in a nefarious vision instead of reality.

DC's Titans have just found their Batman. "Needing to reconcile his relationship with Dick Grayson, the duo hope to forge a new dynamic as Bruce tries to help his former sidekick and the Titans achieve success", reads the description.

It should be interesting to see how Robin and Bruce come together during the show's second season, especially when you consider that they were leagues away from being on speaking terms throughout the duration of TITAN's opening gambit.

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According to Deadline, Glen's Bruce Wayne will have a recurring role in season two of Titans, which is available on the DC Universe streaming service.

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. With Titans, we'll get an older Bruce Wayne, and possibly an even darker take similar to Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns.

Actually, I think he'll mostly be Bruce Wayne, but same difference. After that, Iain Glen will be seen as Batman in Titans season two, though no release date for the new season has been announced just yet. After parting ways with Batman, Dick Grayson creates a team of heroes including Star Fire, an alien princess, a powerful empath named Raven, and a shape-shifter called Beast Boy. Production on the show's second season is now underway.

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