Nashville Landmark Selected for Batman Film

Header image by Frank Kehren

Earlier today representatives from Warner Bros. studios announced that the AT&T building (formerly the Bell South building), known as the ‘Batman building’ to locals, and a prominent feature of the Nashville skyline, had been selected to double as the headquarters of Wayne Enterprises in the upcoming film Batman vs. Superman.

Matt Hagen, a representative of DC stated, “Using the AT&T building is a natural choice to represent Wayne Enterprises in Batman vs. Superman.  It’s unique design reinforces the subtlety in storytelling that director Zack Snyder is widely known for.”

Snyder himself had the following to say, “I’m not sure how much time will be spent shooting in the Nashville area, but I can safely say that the city will fare much better than Metropolis did!”

 

(Editor’s Note: Please note that this is an April Fools Day joke published for entertainment purposes only. Nothing in this post should be quoted as factual.)

Author: Shaun Andrews

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  1. Will there be any need for extra’s in the film. I have a 22 year old son who absolutely loves Batman and would love to be an extra!

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  2. There seems to be some confusion in the media lately over an April Fools Joke we posted on April 1, 2014 about the Batman building making an appearance in Batman v. Superman. We would like to formally apologize for any confusion — this was published as a joke for entertainment purposes only and not to be taken as factual. If we can be of any assistance in this matter, please let us know.

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