Production Titles for ‘The Batman’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’ Revealed

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Today, we at Knight Edge Media have gotten word on some small updates regarding the upcoming 2020 productions for Matt Reeves The Batman; as well as production update on Amazon Studios The Lord of the Rings. While production titles are usually only during filming for projects it sometimes gives a hint to the film itself. Currently, the production title for The Batman is simply Vengeance. Which is taken from the famous Batman dialogue “I am vengeance, I am the night, I am Batman!”

We have also learned the working title for Amazon Studios The Lord of the Rings TV Series will be called UAP. The only correlation to the working title and Lord of the Rings that could be found was that New Zealand born artist Ronnie Van Hout’s sculpture Boy Walking was unveiled (via UAP News) earlier this year in his home country a month before the Creative Team of the show was announced. The Batman is expected to begin filming January 2020 in London. While Lord of the Rings will return to film in New Zealand in early 2020.

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