… and there is no better way to mark it than with a dented, busted up Lamborghini. A Murcielago (which translates to Bat) to be precise.
Pictures thanks to rory_bat; he is now heading back to the East Coast, whilst Batman’s filming schedule takes them to England. Filming is set to continue until November.
Want to know how that car ended up in the mess it did?
Here is the best, not really spoiler-ish, report from boatman:
The scene I saw yesterday (Friday, 8/31) had the Lambo driving side by side with the GPD SUV on that photo above. At Illinois St. (in front of Gene and Georgetti restaurant) a pickup truck comes across the intersection and hits one of them. The Lambo and SUV are going north on Franklin, and the pickup truck comes at a right angle from the cross street (Illinois). It took a couple hours to set it up, and they did about 4 or 5 practice runs. We had good views of the practice runs, and it looked like they were working on timing. The SUV was at the far side of the intersection, with the Lambo passing on the right. The pickup truck heads right at the Lambo, but it seemed like they were trying to time it so that it just misses the rear of the Lambo and then hits the SUV instead. Either that, or trying for a Lambo sandwich. However, when they did the final real take, a crowd of crew and PA’s got in front of us (where they had told us to move away from, “because we’d be in the scene”) and although we heard the crash, we couldn’t see exactly what hit what! The GPD fire truck (actual a CFD fire truck with CFD personnel) then pulled over there in case they were needed, but it totally blocked the view of the intersection so we couldn’t see the wreck that resulted.