Batman vs Superman’s filming schedule back on track?


Just when you think the Batman vs. Superman production saga couldn’t get any more confusing then think again! Filming for Batman vs. Superman was originally set to begin in February but was ultimately delayed to April/May in order to give “the filmmakers time to realize fully their vision.”

According to a recent article by Deadline, this may not be the case anymore. They’re reporting that Ben Affleck has pulled out of directing Fox’s high profile drama project, The Middle Man, because of scheduling issues with Batman vs. Superman. While Warner Bros recently pushed the release date from 2015 to 2016, Deadline has said that Batman vs. Superman’s production isn’t being delayed and that the main players have been summoned to start work right away.

With Ant-Man taking Batman vs. Superman’s old date, does this mean that Batman vs. Superman will be reclaiming it’s old date or does this mean that Batman vs. Superman and Justice League is indeed filming back-to-back? There are so many questions and what ifs involved with this movie that it’s starting to become a little unsettling. Let’s hope that WB/DC finally have a plan in place and not, in any way, rushing this in order to capitalize on The Avengers success.

Batman vs. Superman battle in theaters on May 6, 2016.

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