'Batman vs Superman' Movie News: Recent Night Shoots Feature Batman & Batmobile Could Mean Ride Through Gotham, Fights Around The City, Superman May Be Involved [VIDEO]

With shooting underway for the first ever live action Batman and Superman team-up, it seems like the two heroes will either be teaming up for some nighttime battles or they could be fighting each other under the lights of Gotham.

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Batman on Film reported last week that the Detroit set of Batman v. Superman was hosting a night shoot with Batman and the Batmobile as the featured items being filmed. The site described the scene as:

"There is filming taking place on a seaside port at night. It seems as if The Batmobile has and will be involved. A chase scene has been filmed that included a lot of stunts. A Batman stunt double was used to film a scene that had Batman standing on the top of a 40+ story crane. Most of this shooting has been stunt double heavy."

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The site also confirmed that Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor will have hair, but not bright red hair like has been speculated recently.

The night shoot may mean that Batman is heading to Gotham to do some fighting either with the villains in the movie or with Superman, who seems like he will be butting heads a lot with the Caped Crusader. It also seems like the movie will feature some large-scale action scenes that will have Batman performing crazy stunts.

Director Zack Snyder also took the time yesterday to unveil the first official image of the Batmobile, which had pictures leaked online yesterday. It seems like Batman's new vehicle will be a combination of the vehicles used in the previous movies.

Batman v. Superman is set to open in theaters on March 25, 2016.

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