Shane West Set For Key Role On Final Season Of 'Gotham'

by Outsiders
September 12, 2018

According to Deadline, Shane West has been tapped for a villainous recurring role on the upcoming fifth and final season of the Batman prequel drama series on Fox.

West will play Eduardo Dorrance, an old Army buddy of Jim Gordonís (Ben McKenzie). Having lost touch with Jim after the war, Dorrance returns to Gotham years later, leading a team of elite soldiers with the goal of helping Gordon restore order to No Manís Land. But as the scales fall from Gordonís eyes, he realizes Dorranceís true intentions in Gotham are much darker and more evil than he could have believed.

Sources believe that the character of Eduardo Dorrance is believed to be related to a well-known villain in the Batman comic universe, Sir Edmund Dorrance, aka King Snake, who is the father of another big bad: Bane. It could also be possible that Eduardo could be Bane himself.

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