The “Dark Knight” has left downtown and headed south. Not too far south, though, just to the South Side, but “Batman” isn’t finished with downtown just yet, and that means more detours and delays for drivers.
Lights, Camera, Action. KDKA’s Drew Moniot and Rob Pratte talk about Batman and the winners and losers of the summer movie season.
There were lights, cameras and a whole lot of action in downtown Pittsburgh as filming continued for “The Dark Knight Rises.”
In the shadow of the Cathedral of Learning, a small enterprise has sprung. For $9, you too can wear the black and gold soon to be made famous by the Gotham Rogues, the team set to take over Heinz Field as part of “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Once again the Mellon Institute steps transformed into Gotham City Hall for the day so that Batman and Bane could roll on with their grudge match.
Filming is getting underway today in the Pittsburgh area for the new Batman movie, and crews working on “The Dark Knight Rises” were out bright and early this morning in Lawrenceville.
Forty-First Street in Lawrenceville is apparently what Gotham City looks like. The street will be shut down Friday for filming of the latest Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises.”
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Where else but Pittsburgh can you see “neo-gothic” towers rising in the skyline? Rumors have it that the Golden Triangle will be a stand-in for Gotham City when Christian Bale returns in […]