Theto stick Batman starring Robert Pattinson It was filmed in different parts of the world to bring to life a remake of Gotham, plus it showed some well-known real life locations to give it a proper look.
In addition to Batman and other major DC Comics characters such as Penguin and Catwoman, in The Batman, Gotham City has become a character of its own.
Gotham City is generally depicted as part of New Jersey in the comics, while New York and Chicago strongly influenced the visual style.
However, Tim Burton bowed too hard in England, Christopher Nolan used Chicago, and Zack Snyder brought Batman to Detroit.
For production that begins on January 27, 2020 and ends on March 13, 2021, Matt Reeves has primarily used the UK and Chicago to get the cool, old-fashioned look of the city that Batman protects.
Although sites like Batcave and Wayne Tower were built as studio sets. When the movie was filmed on location, the cast and crew mostly stayed in the UK to shoot the larger locations. While in Chicago it was mostly done with the 2nd unit crew filming the outdoor parts
In the UK, Liverpool was the main location where The Batman was filmed, and parts of London and Glasgow were also used. In addition to the aforementioned American city of Chicago.
The Royal Lever Building in Liverpool served as the Gotham City Police Department. St George’s Hall in Liverpool stood in Gotham City Hall, the County Sessions House in Gotham’s Central Court House became in the film, while Wellington Square was used to create what is known as Gotham Square.
In London, the Kingsway tram tunnel served as the entrance to the Batcave, and the nightclub Printworks was the Iceberg Lounge, home of the Penguin.
The O2 Arena in London was used as Madison Square Garden.
The abandoned Hartwood Psychiatric Hospital building in Chutes, Scotland is seen in the film as an orphanage in Gotham City.
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