Colin Farrell’s stunning adaptation of ‘Penguin’ is featured in new images from the set of ‘The Batman’

Colin Farrell's stunning adaptation of 'Penguin' is featured in new images from the set of 'The Batman'

Colin Farrell fans have been able to get up close and personal with the Irishman’s incredible transformation for the much-anticipated Batman movie reboot.

Farrell plays Oswald Cobblepot or the Penguin, the genius of the Capped Crusader The Batman Robert Pattinson replaced Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.

When the first trailer for director Matt Reeves’ bold remake of the DC Comics icon first went online, fans were stunned by Farrell’s appearance in the short preview.

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Some who were only spotted for a few moments in the trailer even failed to recognize the Irishman and applied prosthetics and elaborate makeup to his distinctive look.

Most of the scenes in the trailer, including Farrell’s Penguin, took place at night, leaving fans in the dark about how dramatic the transition was.

After several pictures from the film set appeared online, fans were able to clearly see the Irishman as Coblepot in the cold light of day.

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Farrell has now ended up in the Liverpool filming scene with Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz, starring as Selena Kyle or Catwoman.

The In Bruges You can see the actor making fun of his dark hair and tough, pokemarked skin.

He can be seen wearing a large black leather coat, shirt and tie as well as the penguin’s iconic umbrella.

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As Paul Dano prepares to appear as Riddle, the serial killer, major question marks remain about Farrell’s role in the film.

Farrell, along with his teammate Jeffrey Wright, who plays Jim Gordon, struggled to identify with not only the fans, but also revealed that he did not realize he was the Irishman under that make-up.

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Wright said Sirius XM: ‘I’ve worked with that makeup artist before, and it’s incredible. Colin walked to the set one day and I walked past him. ‘I was like,’ Well, hey, what’s going on? Where is Colin? Are we going to shoot? ‘It was very impressive. ”

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Fans still have some time to wait The Batman The release date is brought back to March 2022.

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