New BATMAN V SUPERMAN Scene Details Explain Superman Statue + More LexCorp Set Photos

New BATMAN V SUPERMAN Scene Details Explain Superman Statue + More LexCorp Set Photos

With a potential spoiler warning, a new report has revealed the time gap between Man of Steel and Dawn of Justice, as well as the purpose of the previously-seen Superman statue Check it out!

Filming for Batman v Superman: Days of Justice is still in its early days, but there have been a few interesting reveals to come from the set since production began last month. Beyond the LexCorp building, set photos last week revealed a mysterious and clearly unfinished Superman statue. According to Batman-News, the reported 15-foot tall structure is built in the Zack Snyder-directed film to celebrate Supes "saving the Earth" in Man of Steel. "My source on set said that they held a big ceremony to unveil the big Superman statue," explains the site. "Batman v Superman takes place about two years after the events of Man of Steel. Gotham and Metropolis news trucks and helicopters were on the scene to cover the Mayor’s speech and the statue unveiling. Elementary school kids wore 'Superman Survivors' shirts and helped pull a sheet off the statue for the big reveal." The site goes on to reveal the head-less Superman statue was still unfinished when the said scenes were shot, but that's because it will be completed in post-production.

Make the jump over to Batman-News for additional Batman v Superman details regarding the Caped Crusader's Batmobile. Also, check out more LexCorp set photos via Latino Review below. 










Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice stars Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, with Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, Diane Lane, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, and Holly Hunter. The film, written by Chris Terrio from David S. Goyer's screenplay, and directed by Zack Snyder, hits May 6, 2016!
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