Production is well under way on director Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but there has been very little information released about what is currently being shot. An unidentified insider from Batman-News reveals that the production will be shooting scenes at the LexCorp offices starting next week.
The offices are being described as a "Google-type" workplace with an edgy, youthful vibe filled with an eclectic mix of employees ranging from rock and roll types to hipsters and nerds. The scenes will be filmed on June 12 and 13, with the actors wearing layers with long sleeves, blazers and lightweight jackets. Jesse Eisenberg is reportedly involved in the scene, but that has not been confirmed.
Back in February, we reported that the first scene in the movie takes place at the LexCorp offices, where Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) takes a meeting with Lex Luthor, with Wayne seeking to join forces with Luthor to help rebuild Metropolis, in the aftermath of the devastation shown in Man of Steel. Could this be the scene they are shooting next week? It's anybody's guess at this point, but we'll keep you posted if new details emerge.
In related news, another report from the Man Of Steel Fan Page reports that a scene involving the military will be shot on June 11 in Detroit, with the production seeking extras with military backgrounds. Jesse Eisenberg previously revealed that he will start shooting on June 11, so it's possible that he will be involved in this scene as well.