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Alex Morf Cast As Victor Zsasz, Production Slows

Just about everyone knows that the Arrowverse is filmed in many of the old studios in Vancouver BC, Canada where Smallville was filmed. Filming in Canada has it's perks but it is also bound to the local government and regulations. Today we are hearing that production on Batwoman is being held up because the district is struggling with all the manditory Covid-19 testing. Obviously we can forgive any slow in production as we want everyone to be safe and healthy but this delay could go on to effect other Arrowverse productions. In other news, Entertainement Weekly has learned that Gotham alum, Alex Morf has been cast as the murderous Victor Zsasz. The character is described as:

A charismatic, skilled hitman with high, unpredictable energy. He proudly carves tally marks onto his skin for every victim he kills.

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#4 RE: Alex Morf Cast As Victor Zsasz, Production SlowsCatPat 2020-10-08 10:47
So many new faces. I like this character.
#3 RE: Alex Morf Cast As Victor Zsasz, Production SlowsCatPat 2020-10-01 09:15
Supergirl, Riverdale and Charmed are also temporarily shut down.
#2 RE: Alex Morf Cast As Victor Zsasz, Production SlowsSiggi 2020-09-30 23:21
P.S.: The production stop is only for 2 days.... :-)
#1 RE: Alex Morf Cast As Victor Zsasz, Production SlowsSiggi 2020-09-30 10:51
Victor Zsasz is highly welcome, really like his character in Gotham (TV show) and in the comics!
The pause on the production is bad news, but I hope that can be resolved shortly.


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