A new article in Valley Life, a local Illinois publication, reveals that Batman vs. Superman will be heading back Yorkville in February to shoot scenes at the newly constructed Kent Farm set. Valley Life also confirmed the working title, or fake name a high profile movie films under, as being Milo and Sage. News about the working title was first reported by Man of Steel Fan Page.
Meanwhile, The County Press has the first details about a scene that will be shot around a lake house in Metamora, Michigan:
Metamora Township officials have confirmed that crews from Warner Bros. Pictures are currently working at a location on the former Camp Metamora property off Caley Road in preparation for filming of the newest Batman film, though they’ve been asked not to share much information about it.
“This is a major Hollywood thing. From what I understand, they’re already out there doing stuff,” said township fire chief Dave Eady. “They were being pretty secretive and not telling anybody anything.”
The property, according to Eady, is owned by the Girl Scouts and is vacant. The former camp buildings have all been torn down but, he said, film crews are actually constructing a house on the property near Otsikita Lake.
“There’s a beautiful lake back there,” Eady said. “They’re building a home for one scene. All they’re doing is one scene there, then they’re going to tear everything down like they were never here.”
Eady said the location is equipped with very tight security. He thinks they will be filming sometime in February.
We’re just a few weeks away from this all going down. Stay tuned to Batman News for all the latest!