Season two of Titans is due later this year.
The multi-talented stage and screen actor known best for playingGame of Thrones knight and Daenerys Targaryen devotee Jorah Mormont is adding another famed and geeky name to his prolific repertoire: Bruce Wayne. He's trading one franchise for another as Game of Thrones wraps its eight season run this spring and Titans heads into its highly anticipated sophomore season on the DC Universe streaming platform. Titans producers explained Glen's version of Bruce Wayne as a much older man, but just as driven to fight for what is right.
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What can we expect to see from Glen's version of Batman?
DC Universe fans, ready to meet Batman - or at least, his public persona? Dick Grayson and Bruce Wayne's relationship in the comics is complex and long-standing, and while Bruce can work as a standalone character (as he has in recent DCEU films), Dick Grayson's characterization feels incomplete without his mentor/ father figure.
Glen is joining a cast that includes Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson/Robin, Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven and Ryan Potter as Beast Boy. We also can't wait to find out if Bruce will ever don the Batsuit, or if he'll stick to suits as Bruce Wayne and leave the crime fighting to the Titans. Esai Morales has recently been confirmed to join the cast in season 2 as Slade Wilson. The news arrives just a week after Curran Walters, who portrayed fellow Bat-family member Jason Todd in season 1, was promoted to a series regular role for season 2.