Even though filming on "Batman vs Superman" won't officially begin until next year, it was recently revealed that director Zack Snyder will head to the Weingart Stadium at East Los Angeles College to film a scene for the movie.
That scene features a football game between Gotham City University and Metropolis University. And now, we have a video from that shoot (see below), showing Snyder filming two different game plays that resulted in a fight between the two teams.
There were lots of extras in the stands who were given t-shirts and sweatshirts supporting either GCU or MU. Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck, however, weren't needed for the scenes.
Before filming, a production representative referred to the movie as "Batman vs Superman" and said that the scenes will be part of the film's opening sequence.
Gotham City Afflecks Vs Smallville Cavills at the Metropolis Arena.
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Rocksteddywrites: on October 20th, 2013 at 3:53:19 PM
So, I recently caught a screening of Escape From Tomorrow. Not bad. Interesting look into a poisoned, stressed psyche involving a setting where nothing can go wrong. I espcially enjoyed the cinematography, and its extreme originality.
Oh, yeah. Looks like a turd log.
Deaft0newrites: on October 20th, 2013 at 7:06:05 PM
I saw Escape Plan earlier, enjoyable throwback type film, 7 out of 10. Ahnuld was fun to watch.
I snuck into Machete Kills afterwards and it was terrible and made no sense. 1 out of 10.
minkowskiwrites: on October 20th, 2013 at 10:51:00 PM
Take that, Age of Ultron!
Tanman32123writes: on October 20th, 2013 at 11:12:12 PM
Any good reviews on Carrie guys? I wanna go tomorrow lol
Just saw Man of Steel and it was pretty disappointing.The movie just take itself too seriously,it's devoided of an kind of charm and even those quiet moments are too straightforward and lack certain build up(for instance romance between the Superman and Lois).The action scenes while decent are overfilled with CGI and at times you can't even tell what the f*ck is actually happening on screen.The only saving grace is Zimmer's soundtrack which is exceptional for the most part.