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Colin Farrell showed off his stunning physique on Monday as he jogged shirtless through a park in Beverly Hills, California.

The 45-year-old Irish actor wore just a gray hat, a bandana around his wrist and mini purple shorts while exercising at Coldwater Canyon Park.


After putting in his miles, Farrell took a break and stretched into his car.

The Hollywood star is enjoying some downtime ahead of the premiere of his much-anticipated superhero film “The Batman” in March 2022. He plays the villainous Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, aka the Penguin, and is completely unrecognizable under heavy makeup and prosthetics.

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Robert Pattinson portrays a younger version of the Caped Crusader, Zoe Kravitz plays Catwoman, Paul Dano plays the Riddler, and Jeffrey Wright plays Police Commissioner Jim Gordon.

In a recent episode of the podcast, “happy, sad, confused“Pharrell confirms he’s only in the DC Comics film for a few scenes. I’m only in it for five or six scenes, so I can’t wait to see the movie because it won’t be ruined by my presence,” he said.

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The “Minority Report” star added, “Actually, it’s a freebie for me. I’ll be a little uncomfortable for f— nine minutes, and then the rest, I can’t wait to see how she does.” [director Matt Reeves] brought this world to life because the sets were extraordinary, the production design [was] extraordinary, his use of music and sound would be extraordinary, and as you said to the artists, from all of them, Robert [Pattinson] and zoe [Kravitz] Too – yes, extraordinary artist.”


Farrell also spoke about the transformation process to take on the role of The Penguin.

“Mike Marino is a genius,” Farrell said of the film’s makeup artist. “He’s an absolute and true genius. And that word gets thrown out a lot, but he’s a drawing, sculpting, shaping talent. And he created this scene for Penguin. I mean he and Matt talked about the stature of the character physically, and I was big enough for ‘The North Water’ and I naturally didn’t want to grow up again because I had something to do as a result of ‘The North Water’. There were little health things and I was just like, f-ck, this acting isn’t that important. I know top actors who go up and down, and god bless them, I wish them good health . But for me, I think ‘The North Water’ is the last one. I’ll go so high. So, we decided on a thicker suit.”

For the DC Comics film, Farrell had to go through hours of makeup and prosthetics to transform into the villain.

During this, Diversity Sources confirmed on Monday that Farrell will reprise the character of Penguin in an upcoming HBO Max series, which he will also executive produce. It will reportedly explore how the character gained power in the Gotham criminal underworld.