Just wrapped an amazing few weeks filming in New Mexico! Awesome crew+locations! Great experience. Thanks New Mexico! pic.twitter.com/ZRIjFGokRr
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) December 10, 2014
Image by location manager Michael Dellheim via the Taos News
Is that you Supes? we think we see some blue under that black!
Thanks to Rick Romancito from the Taos News, for letting us know about the message and picture they got to relay from the Batman v Superman cast and crew, after the film wrapped there last week:
The New Mexico Film Office released additional details about the shoot via KVIA:
The production estimates that they spent more than $13 million in the New Mexico economy, on everything from local construction hires to lumber and catering supplies.
The film completed its principal photography in New Mexico, after shooting in Michigan and Illinois.
The production company estimates that it hired approximately 200 New Mexico crew members during the course of the production.
“We are thrilled that the towns of Playas and Taos, New Mexico could play host to such a large-scale production. In fact, they built one of the largest set pieces in New Mexico film history,” said New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis.
“We are pleased with the number of New Mexican residents and suppliers that the show was able to utilize during their stay.”
Like the Taos News brings up, the new set picture points to a possible Fortress of Solitude scenario. But what was filmed in Playas, remains a big mystery. Luckily plenty of fans got to meet Henry while he was there. Fly high, Superman! -- We are so excited to see what Henry brings to the character this time around. Our countdown to March 25, 2016 is on!