Well, this will be a pretty short blog post. While there was more shot at this set, I didnt stick around to see it all..... so all I managed to catch was the scene where Tyler Hoechlin shot a scene with a Martian Manhunter stand in and a bunch of "soldier" type guys holding alien looking spears. I'll be honest, I havent watched the back half of Supergirl, so perhaps these characters are well known... but they arent anyone I knew of before I stopped watching.
Since this episode has already aired, I am sure you already know what happens.
One thing I found amusing was the licence plate. I dont know about where you live, but here in Canada the Provinces give out licence plates, not cities..... kinda humourous to me to see that "National City" has their own licence plates for some reason.
there will be a couple more blog posts from this days shoots coming up......but for now, here is a few photos from the daytime snoot.
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CORRECTION NOTICE - After seeing the scene, I have edited the part on who was on set. I incorrectly assumed it was for Frederick Schmidt's character, but now know it was Rich Ting... wasnt aware there was 2 Metallo's at the time of writing this.
Supergirl filmed more scenes early on this season with Tyler Hoechlin as Superman.
This time I found the Men (Hoechlin and the stunt double) portraying the Man Of Steel on set with the stunt team shooting scenes with stunt people for the Martian Manhunter (never saw David Harewood there) and Metallo (Don Lew portraying the part played by Rich Ting who was also there).
Scenes seemed to surround Superman and Metallo in a fight. While I was there, I never saw why Martian Manhunter was there.
The battle seemed to be taking lace in Krypton Park in Metropolis, and NOT in National City where the show is generally taking place.
Supergirl is now on The CW for season 2 Monday nights.
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