David Mazouz
David Mazouz, who plays the young Bruce Wayne in “Gotham,” would love the chance to play Damian Wayne for the DCEU. FOX

David Mazouz has made a name for himself playing the young Bruce Wayne in the Fox show “Gotham,” but the young actor would like to venture into the big screen and play Damian Wayne for the DCEU.

A fan actually created artwork showing Mazouz wearing the Boy Wonder outfit, and Mazouz thought it looked so great that he shared it on his personal Twitter page.

Damian Wayne is the son of Bruce and Talia Al Ghul, and he was raised by the League of Assassins. According to Screen Rant, Bruce’s love child was first introduced in the 1987 comics “Batman: Son of the Demon.” He was reintroduced in 2006 as a young man who carried angst against his father, but he later bonded with Bruce and even became the fifth Robin.

As of now, Mazouz is still busy playing Bruce for “Gotham.” He has his hands full this Season 4 now that the young millionaire is taking on his vigilante persona. Not only that, but executive producer John Stephen told Cinema Blend that Bruce is going to delve into his playboy tendencies as well.

“I’d say visually, when you look at what Bruce is going to be doing this season, it’s gonna look far closer to what our conception of Batman is definitely gonna be. You’re also going to get to see him do very specific things, certain elements like when you watch Bruce Wayne acting like a playboy, we sort of ask the question how did he learn to do that so well,” he said.

As Batman fans all know, the grown-up Bruce merely pretends to be a party animal-slash-playboy-slash-drunk so that nobody would suspect him of being the Caped Crusader. But Stephen said that wasn’t always the case.

“Maybe there’s a time that he wasn’t pretending to be that and we actually play with a little bit of Bruce having a teenage spiral, where he enjoys the elements of being a billionaire with no parents in Gotham, that he can draw from later on to become the fake playboy,” he continued.

“Gotham” Season 4 will be released by Fox on Sept. 21.