The Batman continued filming into the night as a stunt double scaled the top of one of the Three Graces in Liverpool.
Liverpool might be placed under tier 3 restrictions, but that didn’t stop Bruce Wayne (well, the stunt version of him) from his usual misadventures.
The stuntman was secured with a wire while he leaned off the landmark on Thursda night.
(Imagine walking through town only to look up and spot Batman in the distance…)
The film professional stretched his arms out as he acted out the scenes with a helicopter close by.
Robert Pattinson – who stars as the Caped Crusader – and his unrecognisable co-star Colin Farrell have been filming in the city all week.
Similar photos emerged hours before of the stuntman doing similar scenes in the afternoon.
The film, which is reportedly costing £100million, has been shooting in various locations around the UK, including in Glasgow’s Necropolis cemetery.
While the plot of The Batman is yet to be revealed, the movie is due for release in 2022 after filming was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Filming was once again halted temporarily after Robert himself reportedly tested positive for Covid-19 and the cast and crew had to isolate for 14 days.
Things soon got back up and running again once quarantine was over, and filmmaker Matt Reeves revealed that Liverpool would play a key role in the film.
Matt revealed at DC FanDome that the city would be the backbone for Gotham City in the upcoming movie and where many of the outdoor scenes would be shot.
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