Rumors have been in overdrive lately. To the point where you’re likely burnt out and don’t even want to speculate about movies that aren’t even coming soon. But… but… what if we had some pretty pictures to share. Come on, it’ll be easy. Not too much to read, no bogus sources, just a few snapshots of places that may or may not be locations where The Avengers: Age of Ultron and the Man of Steel sequel will be shooting.
See, it’ll be fine. I knew you wouldn’t pass up the chance. You’re addicted, just like the rest of us. (One of us, one of us, one of us.)
Below, this European palatial retreat is Bard Fortress in northern Italy. It’s being scoped out by Joss Whedon and co. for use in Avengers 2, which begins filming in March. The Governor of Valle d’Aosta, Augusto Rollandin, even confirmed this in a recent press conference. (via BadTaste.it)
What part will it play? HYDRA headquarters, perhaps? Looks evil and menacing enough, that’s for sure.
Zack Snyder‘s Batman vs. Superman, though pushed back to 2016, is still expected to do a lot of its filming in Michigan, and Detroit in particular. HenryCavillOnline, however, has spied Snyder scouting the Eli and Edith Broad Art Museum. Found on the Michigan State campus, the library looks very alien. Kryptonian, even.
This is the inside of its lobby, which isn’t necessarily as space age looking, but maybe it’ll hold some important board meeting. Perhaps between Luthor and Wayne’s corporations?
The Avengers: Age of Ultron will hit theatres on May 1st, 2015. The following year, Batman vs. Superman (or whatever the Man of Steel sequel will be called) releases May 6th.
Source: Cinema Blend