Liverpool has been turned into Gotham City due to a death-defying stunt portrayed on our beloved mentor
These stunning photos capture the action and action of Batman’s takeover of the Lever Building this afternoon.
City skyline transformed into Gotham City By firing production crews on the DC Comics blockbuster.
At around 5 p.m., a helicopter can be seen flying over the Lever Building to film heart-stopping scenes, which included what appeared to be a businessman looking out over the city from the edge of the iconic building.
Bystanders snapped videos and photos of the awe-inspiring adventure, with the crews returning to the site at Pier Head again today, after their initial viewing on a Wednesday afternoon.
The black helicopter appears to focus on a balcony area above the clock face facing towards The Strand.
What appeared to be a red backlight could also be seen inside the iconic building, with a man dressed in a full Batman costume securing a belt overlooking the city.
As night fell, the area remained closed as the Lever Building was lit red – and the helicopter began turning again at around 8 p.m. as filming resumed.
The film, which also houses St George’s Hall in Liverpool, is due to be shown in June 2021 by Warner Bros.
It would be a reboot for the franchise, with Twilight actor Robert Pattinson taking over the iconic role from Ben Affleck who wore the iconic Batsuit suit of the big-budget films Batman v Superman and The Justice League.
Other big names in the cast include Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Ridler, and Colin Farrell as Penguin.
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