Ever wondered what it would be like for an artistic piece or idea created by yourself to appear on a feature film? Well, that is exactly what happened to a fan-made graffiti in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice set.
Made by unknown individuals, a graffiti with the words BatmanRobin was spotted during the filming of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The graffiti was spray-painted into the side of a train that was passing by the station on the set, the pictures were taken by a local photographer shooting during that time.
Tim Malin shared more pictures of the set via Twitter, take a look below.
Wether the person or persons responsable did the graffiti intentionally because they knew filming was going to take place at the abandoned Michigan Central Station building or the entire scenario is just an epic coincidence is unknown.
The graffiti could be used in the film, storywise it could be a hint to the past of the caped crusader, as we already have seen in recent news that Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne will be a seasoned hero possibly with a dead Robin during his tenure. Lucky for us fans, we can consider the scene, if it gets to the final edition of the film, as a fun and interesting easter egg, am I right?
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to be released on March 25, 2016 in 3D in theaters everywhere, starring Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman and Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman, also starring Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and more.
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Fan’s Graffiti Makes It Into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Filming
Ever wondered what it would be like for an artistic piece or idea created by yourself to appear on a feature film?