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samantha • January 25, 2019 • 0 Comments

Last week Shane sat down with The Wrap to promote Gotham where talked about the Bane suit, finding the voice and Tom Hardy’s Bane.  You can check out snippets from the article below and the video too – such a fun watch and I am so excited for next week to finally get to see Eduardo on our screens!  Screencaptures of the interview have also been added to the gallery.  Make sure to follow our sites twitter, @shanewestcom for all the latest news and info on Shane. And don’t forget to bookmark the site too!

Shane West makes his debut as Eduardo Dorrance on next week’s episode of “Gotham.” The character — who will turn into Batman’s nemesis Bane in due time — returns to the city after years away to help Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) restore order to the city and reclaim No Man’s Land.

But before viewers of the Dark Knight prequel series even see West step on screen for the show’s fifth and final season, we know they’ve already gotten a look at his Bane suit, thanks to some official — and unofficial — photos and footage.

And while not everyone is a fan of the Fox drama’s chosen look for the character, West tells TheWrap he is.

“I loved the costume,” West told TheWrap in the interview above. “For me, we had a whole different thing, because I was out there for two-and-a-half months doing the build and it took a long time to put that costume together. But the point of the costume always, which is apparently the point of what they do for all of their heroes and villains on the show — which I wasn’t aware of — they build here,” he said, framing his upper body with his hands.  – Read the full article here.


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