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'Batman v. Superman' also found to be filmed in Washington, D.C.

According to Batman News on Friday, some photos taken in Washington, D.C. reveal Zack Snyder's "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" to be the next venue location in then nation's capitol. A source had posted the shots up on their Wordpress blog which entail vehicle content for the movie. First responder vehicles like Metro squad cars were revealed as well as transportation vehicles like a bus and taxi cabs.

Henry Cavill as Superman in 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'
Photo courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc., Ratpa C-Dune Entertianment LLC and RATPAC Entertaintment, LLC. Photo by Clay Enos

That being said, this could be revealing of the what's going on in the film as it goes beyond the locations of Gotham and Metopolis. A spoiler may have one think that with the catastrophic events that had happen between General Zod, played by Michael Shannon and Superman.

Clark Kent may be taking a trip to Capitol Hill to answer for his destruction as half the population of the United States already have a beef with his catastrophic consequences. Another theory leads those to believe citizens feel that if it weren't for Superman's presence on Earth, Zod would have never even invaded the planet.

Previous photos have been shot of Henry Cavill donning a robe walking around on set already in his form fitting Superman outfit. Other YouTube video footage also entailed Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne saving a little girl from a falling structure. Other photos of actors on the set of "Batman v. Superman" have been popping up left and right. This would include Amy Adams, Holly Hunter, Scoot McNairy, and Tao Okamoto. Rumors also have been going around that villain Lex Luthor may be using Kryptonian technology to develop equipment/weaponry of his own.

"Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" has been scheduled for release come March 25, 2016.

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