Gotham Video: What's a (Young) Catwoman Without Some Milk...?

If you think you’re excited for the Monday, Sept. 22 premiere of Fox’s Gotham, know that cast member Jada Pinkett Smith is, as well.

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In the video below, Smith — who plays rising mob-star Fish Mooney on the Jim Gordon origin series — touts the show’s exciting mythology, specifically as it chronicles the rise of fated fiends and foes such as The Riddler, Penguin and Catwoman.

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In fact, if you stay on through the very end of the video, you’ll spy young Selina Kyle (played by Camren Bicondova) using her cat-like nimbleness to nick some milk. (Hey, growing villains need their vitamins!)

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  1. RL says:

    Come on Tv line, I’m really getting tired of not being able to watch videos on this site. I’m on an IPad Air. Do you really think most people on your site still use desktop computers or something? I may have to find an entertainment site where I can actually watch videos. It’s funny how I can watch the video below it though for an ad for McDonalds.

    • EdTV says:

      I don’t think TV Line chooses the format, that would be the content providers, in this case FOX or Warner Bros. Same applies to what is available inside or outside of the US market.

      • RL says:

        There have been videos on here I can’t watch so I’ve gone to a network’s site to watch it and it works. If I can watch it from an IPad on their site it should work on this site too. Ultimately, TV line is responsible for what’s on their site. They should make sure a video is working before they post it in a story. If it’s not they need to start going to networks or studios or whoever and make them aware of it. I mean it’s basically free advertising for them that they’re missing out on. It’s not 1995, a lot of people aren’t using desktops anymore and it’s just going to get less as technology grows.

  2. Vic says:

    Agree 100% with RL. You all have to start optimizing the experience on this site for tablets or it will become obsolete. It’s not only that it isn’t an optimal experience on an iPad, it’s a terrible experience on an iPad. No ability to watch the videos posted is just one more example.

  3. Alex says:

    I can’t even watch it on my desktop computer at home right now

  4. Mary says:

    Looking forward to it.