Zack Snyder To Shoot Superman Reboot Partially in Alberta, Canada?
According to inside sources of a local newspaper journal, Warner Bros' Zack Snyder-directed Superman, The Man Of Steel reboot may be heading to Alberta, Canada. Check it out!
According to the Edmonton Journal, Culture minister Linsday Blackett confirmed that part of a Hollywood film will be shot in Alberta, Canada. And despite him not mentioning the what "Hollywood" film it'll be, an insiders of the source claims it'll be Zack Snyder's highly-anticipated Superman reboot.
An industry insider told the Herald that this likely means Superman: Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder's big-budget reboot, will have a unit shoot here. Another source confirmed that producers behind Man of Steel have been looking at Alberta, but said nothing has been confirmed.
"I would expect there will be an announcement in the next 60 days about a significant picture, a blockbuster to be shot in Alberta," says Blackett, "There might be one that is a $200 million, but it's probably more like a $35-million Alberta spend. The details are fairly intricate right now. That's a big-budget movie for us. The success of Inception and all the good comments made by the crew and actors and director go a long way. That is a movie that made a lot of money."
With principle photography reportedly commencing August 22nd in Vancouver, running til April, next year, the Superman reboot is scheduled to hit the big-screen December, 2012. What do you think?
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