Welcome to SHANE WEST NETWORK • shane-west.com, your number one resource and longest running site dedicated to American actor Shane West. Shane is known for his roles in A Walk to Remember, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, the CWs Nikita and most recently the WGN America series Salem. He will be seen next on the final season of FOXs Gotham as the infamous Bane/Eduardo Dorrance. With success on both the big screen and television, Shane has captured the hearts of many since he began acting 20 years ago, proving to be a talented actor, singer and gain fans from around the globe. Here at SHANE WEST NETWORK we aim to bring you the latest news on Shane's career, a gallery of high quality pictures, fan pages of fun trivia on Shane's many roles and more. We hope you enjoy visitng the site and make sure to come back soon! Samantha xx

samantha • October 22, 2018 • 0 Comments

We finally have our first look at Shane in costume as Bane and he looks amazing! A mix between the DC comics and the 2012 Tom Hardy styled Bane, one thing is clear and that is that Shane looks every bit the terrifying villain who is about to bring Gotham to it’s knees.  Check out the article from Metro.co.uk below which has some details about what was happening on set as well as 22 HQ pictures in our gallery thanks to my amazing friend Jasper so make sure to check out his site for fellow DC actor Brenton Thwaites.

He’s easily the most terrifying villain in the DC Universe and now masked giant Bane is heading to Gotham. The fifth and final season for FOX’s DC comic series is now well underway, with Shane West being pictured in Bane’s tanked up armour signature mask on the set of Gotham – and he looks absolutely terrifying. In one shot, Bane can be seen crushing a soldier’s skull with his bare hands during a gruesome showdown, surrounded by trucks and police cars, but he couldn’t give a damn. Thankfully, in another shot, actor Shane looks pretty chill as he jokes around with Batman star Ben Mackenzie. Still, wouldn’t trust him in that outfit though. Shane’s character arrives to Gotham as Eduardo Dorrance, but later becomes Bane.

‘He’s integral to the resolution of No Man’s Land,’ showrunner John Stephens told Den of Geek. ‘While keeping elements from the books like Peña Duro and Venom … we made him integral to the fact of coming in as a special ops government agent.’ Last week Shane managed to spark all sorts of excitement when he shared a picture of his breakfast on Twitter. Though, it wasn’t his early morning meal which had fans up in arms, but what appeared to be Bane’s glove was conveniently placed alongside his ‘brekkie’, in the first look at his famous get-up. Naturally, details of Gotham’s final outing are being kept well under wraps but during the recent panel at New York Comic Con, John confirmed the 10th and concluding episode of the comic book series would see a huge time jump set 10 years later.

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