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GOTHAM: Harley Quinn To Appear In Season 3 Finale [FOX]

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David Mazouz Confirms Harley Quinn Will Feature In Gotham’s Season 3 Finale

Gotham star David Mazouz reveals that Harley Quinn will figure into the story of the Fox superhero show’s third season finale.

Mazouz made the announcement during an interview with Movie Pilot. For some time now, it has been speculated by some that the Batman villainess and partner of the Joker would appear in the DC prequel series. These rumors were given further credence by the fact that executive producer John Stephens said that “We might see [her] in Episode 22” and that she might play an integral part in the show’s next season.

Now, the young Bruce Wayne actor has definitively stated that Quinn will appear, simply saying “She’s going to be in the finale. Stay tuned.”

Comingsoon.net, the source of this story, adds the following about Mazouz’s interview:

Mazouz, who plays a young Bruce Wayne, also teased a bit about what happens to his character in the Gotham finale. He said, “Something major happens in the very last scene of Season 3 for Bruce. He makes a decision, that decision will influence what he does. I don’t know what’s happening in Season 4 yet, I haven’t had a script or talked to the writers about what’s going to happen, but where I see it going is somewhere I’ve wanted to see it going for a very long time. You’ll see what I mean.

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