Commissioner James Gordon (Gary Oldman), now resigned to paperwork instead of fieldwork because of the downturn in crime, has to deal with attempts by other city officials to drive him out of office for good — while keeping the truth about Batman's disappearance a secret so Gotham can retain its newfound peace.
But the peace Batman has given his beloved city comes under threat just when Gotham needs him the most.
Women and children were drawn to him, and that’s how he lured people into his world and was able to do all of these horrific things.
“Of course they’ve both killed people, but Huck is a more socially awkward type of guy who regrets the things he’s done,” Diaz tells “Rodney Alcala has an almost genius IQ and is super charming and was always super upbeat and happy.
This event is what opens ID’s movie about Alcala, but it is only the beginning: Alcala went on to become one of the most prolific serial killers in American history, with 130 murders linked back to him, made further infamous by the fact that he appeared on “The Dating Game” during the height of his crimes.
“To find out [“The Dating Game Killer”] was going to be ID’s first scripted movie, I felt really proud and wanted to do an extra good job in the role.
I found myself saying, “OK I have to stop now.” I read enough information about him and saw his mannerisms — how he moved — and I saw pictures of his victims, and it just became overwhelming.
I decided after that point to just concentrate on the task at hand — the script, the movie.