'Batman vs Superman': Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Zack Synder to Start Shooting in Michigan?

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By Sonam Malik | April 15, 2014 7:49 PM EST

"Man of Steel 2", tentatively titled "Batman vs Superman" is all set of have all its superheroes under one roof. Reports suggest that the shooting of the key sequences of the film will begin soon, which will have all the superheroes in one frame.

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The cast will apparently move to Michigan to begin filming. Rumor has it that Henry Cavill who will be reprising his role of Superman is already present in Detroit and will be joined by other cast member. Director Zack Synder is also in Michigan and cast members including Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Galdot as Wonder Woman will soon be on the sets of the much-anticipated film.

Cavill's fan took to Twitter to share their excitement;

Rebecca Johnson @derbykid tweeted, "Word on the Internet is that Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot are heading to Detroit while Henry Cavill is already there. Things are happening!"

Aimée Carter tweeted, "Henry Cavill is apparently in metro Detroit, and I can't deal, guys. I just can't. #soclose ‪#SOCLOSE"

Though there is no official news regarding the shooting of the film, HenryCavill.org did post that Galdot is on her way to Michigan. Trainer Mark Twight is helping Galdot train so that she slips in the skin of Wonder Woman easily. Twight even helped Cavill transform his body for "Man of Steel" and he trained the cast of the "300" series as well .

"Last time my commute will look like this for a while. Time to get INDUSTRIAL, and armed. DTW," Twight posted about his plans .

And after he reached Michigan he tweeted, "Hosing the mud off after the inaugural Michigan ride. It turns out the MTB park and velodrome are right next door!

Meanwhile, Affleck's wife Jennifer Garner came under fire for unknowingly revealing details regarding the new Batsuit.

"Dude, I have gotten in some trouble for my little quotes and I'm learning to (makes zipped lips motion). I thought that I was saying things that were foregone conclusions and it turns out nothing is, and you won't be hearing from me on the Batman front (any more)," Garner told Collider, when asked to comment on Bruce Wayne's alter ego. 

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