The Penguin Set Photos Reveal First Look at Cristin Milioti's Character

Production is finally underway for HBO Max's The Batman spinoff series The Penguin which stars Colin Farrell reprising his role of Oswald Cobblepot from the film. A lot of fans have been looking forward to the series and are curious to see what they have in store for the franchise's first venture in television.

Now, with the series now filming, set photos are also starting to emerge online thanks to Just Jared which gives us our first look at Farrell's return to the role in his full make-up transformation once again. He is seen in the streets of New York City shooting his scenes.

The set photos also gave us our very first look at Cristin Milioti, who is playing Sofia Falcone in the series. She is seen sitting inside a car and wearing a white coat and gold earrings.

You can check the photos here courtesy of Twitter user @thebatfilm:

While the photos did not reveal any spoilers about the plot of the film, it is still exciting to see some first look and Milioti's Sofia Falcone looks like she will be a formidable force in the series as she gives a very powerful aura similar to her father Carmine Falcone, who was played by John Turturro in the film.

It is likely that we will see more set photos in the coming weeks or months which might give us more clues about the series as well as our look at the other cast members. Who knows, maybe we will get a hint of Robert Pattinson's appearance in the film, which has been recently rumored.

The cast also includes Michael Kelly, Rhenzy Feliz, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Clancy Brown, and Deirdre O’Connell. The executive producing team includes Farrell, Matt Reeves, Craig Zobel, Bill Carraro, Daniel Pipski, and Lauren LeFranc, who also serves as the showrunner.

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HBO Max has not set a release window yet for The Penguin. You can check more details about it here.

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