MAN OF STEEL Fan Page Reporting "Lights In The Sky At Kent Farm"
Lights in sky at the location of Kent Farm in Yorkville, IL. Could Batman Vs Superman be filming scenes there?
Looks like there's possible some filming going on at the Kent farm tonight or at the very least, crews are preparing for future filming. Will Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) leave his million dollar Wayne Manor to shuck some corn with Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) on the Kent Farm?
Several reports have surfaced from fans in the Yorkville, IL area about "activity" going on at what was the location of the Kent Farm in Man of Steel. If you're local, and snoop it out, let us know!
Following a wrapped production in the area for the first movie, the set was disassembled, but reports accompanied that production would be looking to come back for the next movie. (Even back then, they were looking down the road to this movie.)
Now, a new post from Yorkville Patch, also reports on "lights in the sky" at the location of filming. A movie is being filmed there, in the corn fields, at the location of the Kent Farm. All are extremely tight lipped on if it's for the new movie, a lesson no doubt learned from the filming the first time around. Production began around the end of August and is scheduled to run until February, 2014... just around the time it's to start in Michigan. Note: big and many "no trespassing" signs are up.
We know Henry and Ben are filming other projects. That leaves us with a lot more questions than answers. One thing that makes this smell like WB: other studios are on the record with their film location info. We know WB is stealthy. With this post, I guess we'll find out soon enough if it's in fact for Batman Vs Superman. Let us know if you find out what the "lights in the sky" are for!
Source: Leanne W, Matt McG., Yorkville Patch :http://bit.ly/1gfsrnj
(Image ctsy of Yorkville Patch, taken 6am local time Oct 31.)
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