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. Given the clear hostility Robin still feels for his mentor, seeing the way the two attempt to reconcile - if they even can - is sure to play a significant role in the second season's plot. While Batman is still as committed to protecting Gotham as he was as a young superhero, he and Grayson "hope to forge a new dynamic as Bruce tries to help his former sidekick and the Titans achieve success". What's interesting is, he's going to be making an appearance in Season 2, and DC has found their older Bruce Wayne. Titans, starring Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft and Ryan Potter, turned in a successful first series and will return for a second next fall. The Teen Titans characters are above the PG-13 rules, as we can see that with Dick Grayson cutting and stabbing villains and saying some very bad things about Batman. Last season, Batman showed up, however just in visualization sequiences.
There is still no official Titans Season 2 release date.
With the emphasis on Bruce Wayne in the description, it's impossible to tell if we'll ever see Glen in the cowl or not. Are you looking forward to Iain Glen joining the cast of Titans? You can catch up on season 1 by streaming the show on DC Universe. After parting ways with Batman, Dick Grayson creates a team of heroes including Star Fire, an alien princess, a powerful empath named Raven, and a shape-shifter called Beast Boy.