Zack Snyder visits Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, MSU Campus to scout a BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN filming location
Production is slated to begin in the second quarter, but according to tweets collected by HenryCavillOnline.com, director Zack Snyder was hanging around the otherwordly-looking Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum on the MSU Campus. Get all the details after the jump.
Details are still scarce at the moment, but it seems as though Zack Snyder was scouting a modern looking construction as a filming location for the upcoming Batman vs. Superman. Various tweets sent out following his visit, one of which came from an MSU faculty member pictured with Zack in a tweet below, certainly point to the idea.
In taking a second to think about it, it's easy to form two very plausible purposes the museum could serve in being a filming location.
Superman's Fortress of Solitude
Touched up with some of Zack's famous CGI magic, there's no reason this couldn't serve as the Man of Steel's famous fortress of solitude. It's definitely got the look for it.
Hall of Justice
What if this isn't being scouted as an alien location at all? What if it's not even for Batman vs. Superman? Rumors have circulated that the long-awaited Justice League is being shot back-to-back with Batman vs. Superman for efficiency in production time and costs, perhaps this is Zack Snyder's idea of a potential headquarters for the team.
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