We were very excited to see Zack today when he popped up in a picture tweeted by Mark Hollis, Michigan State’s Athletic Director, along with Tom Izzo, Michigan State’s Basketball Coach.We were even more excited when we saw @MSUAD’s caption, “Great to have @zacksnyder on campus. Is it a clue? I don’t know…” We wondered if this could be a location scout for #BatmanvsSuperaman. It definitely seems possible. We aren’t the only ones who think so. @kellymthelen (twitter) posted this tweet.
This caused us to look at the picture further. Then a source confirmed that Zack and co were at Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum today.
This is a beautiful space. If Zack was location scouting today, we can’t wait to see how this amazing setting is used in the movie.
pic via (http://broadmuseum.msu.edu/about/photo-gallery)
So far 2 shooting locations for Sage & Milo have been confirmed. Via Man of Steel Fan Page, The Kent Farm in Yorkville, IL will reprise its role. “Angela Zubko, senior planner for the Kendall County Planning, Zoning, and Building Department, said a Special Events permit was issued to Crown City Pictures Inc., a known subsidiary of Warner Bros Pictures. This permit is filming a movie under the code name “Sage & Milo” through the end of February.” Since production has now been pushed to the second quarter of 2014, we expect that permit information will be updated in the near future.
(Pictures taken by our admin January 13, 2014, Yorkville, IL)
Recently, The County Press provided the first report that Batman vs Superman would be shooting at Camp Metamora in Lapeer County. “The former camp buildings have all been torn down but, he (township fire chief Dave Eady) said, film crews are actually constructing a house on the property near Otsikita (lake).” The Flint Journal was able to confirm this report when they obtained a copy of the zoning permit for the site. The business card attached was for the location manager for Sage and Milo. The building permit lists the applicant as Crown City Productions.
(Google Maps image of Lake Otsikita, Metamora Township, MI)
So will the Broad Museum become the next confirmed location? We don’t know, yet. But we will keep our ears to the ground and share details as they become available.