BATMAN VS SUPERMAN Has A $131 Million Dollar Film Budget In Michigan
Today, according to the Inquisitr, Zack Snyder's upcoming upcoming Batman vs Superman themed Man Of Steel sequel will have a budget of $131 Million Dollars in Michigan alone. Hit the jump and find out more.
Michelle Grinnell, public relations manager for the Michigan Film Office, says this is exciting for the state's film industry to have the likes of Henry Cavill come to work here: "It's the film where Batman and Superman meet for the first time on the Big Screen."
Grinnell says this is the largest production to be filmed in Michigan to date, with a budget of $131 million. The previous record belonged to Oz: The Great And Powerful, which was filmed in the state in 2011.
Compared to Oz, Batman vs. Superman will not only use the studio, but will actually shoot on location bringing Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck out and about to the delight of fans.
Batman vs Superman hits July 2015
Wow what a big budget for one city. Imagine the budget for Metropolis!
What do you think guys? Is the majority of the budget going to Wayne manor and the Batcave? or explosions and battle in Gotham city?
Time to speculate!
Stay Golden Guys!
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