The latest Gotham Season 3 spoilers reveal that Poison Ivy will undergo a drastic makeover, literally.

A report from TV Line alleged that Clare Foley, who plays the young Batman villain, will not reprise the role of Poison Ivy when season 3 comes along. “Little Ivy Pepper will have transformed into big, bad Poison Ivy,” it said.

When Gotham Season 3 comes along, Bruno Heller will introduce a host of villains which may or may not include Bane and Joker.

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According to the report from Cinema Blend, Bane has been teased during last season as one of the characters who climbed down from Strange’s bus. The body type is unmistakable, and so is the apparatus that he uses on his mouth. But then again, it might not be him, especially if Fox does not own the rights to use the character.

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If that’s the case, “Bruno Heller might have needed to create a brand new big badass to take the place of Bane, possibly called Bame or Bwane.”

As for Joker, he wasn’t specifically shown, but his signature laugh can be heard in the background when Hugo Strange and his freak minions stepped out of the bus. It can be recalled that Jerome Valeska died early last season. Actor Cameron Monaghan, who plays Valeska, didn’t really confirm to The Hollywood Reporter that Joker was already dead. He said that people in comics have the tendency of coming back from the dead if the story calls for it.

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Monaghan also couldn’t offer Gotham Season 3 spoilers in relation to Joker’s return.

Meanwhile, showrunner John Stephens teased Gotham season 3 spoilers according to Comic Book Resources as he revealed the appearance of the Mad Hatter in future episodes. “We’ll be seeing the Tweedle Brothers, too, if we’re going to bring the Hatter in. In line with the Court of Owls, we’ll be seeing Talon. And, we should be seeing Solomon Grundy,” he added.