Opening the city to Hollywood, and to inevitable jokes about it being the perfect setting for a metropolis largely in ruin, Detroit and the greater Michigan region will serve as home to Warner Bros. still-untitled Man of Steel sequel.
Production is expected to begin in the city early next year, with the film reportedly receiving "an incentive of $35 million on $131 million of projected in-state expenditures."
"Detroit is a great example of a quintessential American city," Snyder said of a place where you can buy a depressing, dangerous home for less than the new PlayStation, "and I know it will make the perfect backdrop for our movie." Maybe Affleck's Bruce Wayne can be the new face of White Entrepreneurial Guy?
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