If you haven't had enough Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in your life this week, then we have just the thing to close out your week on the right note. Batman-News has posted more photos of a house being used for the production, which they claim may be the new Wayne Manor.

One of the site's readers, known as Tony Detroit, reveals a security guard confirmed the abandoned house, known as the Random Gillis House, is being used for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but we don't know for sure if this is Wayne Manor or not. Take a look at the photos, then read on for more information.

When compared to the enormous estate used in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, this house certainly pales in comparison, and it appears to need quite a lot of work. Of course, it's possible that Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder could add to the house by using CGI in post-production.

There have been rumors that Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne has been living in a small cottage situated by a lake on the Wayne property, with the Batcave said to be underneath this smaller house. Another photo from Twitter user Tim Reinman reveals that one of the trailers surrounding the house said "Alfred" on the door.

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