BATMAN V SUPERMAN: More Possible Plot Details Leak
An extra on the set of Zack Snyder's currently shooting Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice claims to have some new plot info regarding the scenes being filmed with Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne in the ruins of Metropolis, and more. Click on, but beware of (possible) spoilers.
Geek Tyrant have posted a new Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice report containing details from an extra who apparently worked on the movie for 10 days. They provide an idea of the time-frame the film is set, claiming that things kick off either during or just after Superman's battle with Zod. Also, we could see Batman break into Lexcorp to get his hands on some kryptonite -- which would make sense if he's planning on going toe-to-toe with Supes a la The Dark Knight Returns. There's more too, so here's the report in full:
"According to the extra, the ending of the film has already been filmed. One of the scenes shot featured Batman breaking into Lexcorp to steal kryptonite, and apparently Lexcorp had somehow gotten ahold of General Zod's body. He went on to talk about the timeframe of the movie and where it picks up, saying that it starts "as the battle between Superman and General Zod ends or is ending (which would explain all the damaged buildings and vehicles we've been seeing in photos) and Batman/Bruce Wayne is attempting to make his way to the Wayne tower in Metropolis.""
Obviously we've no way of confirming if any of this is accurate, but if it does turn out to be on the level I can't see too many fans having a problem with it. Let us know what you think in the usual place.
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