Following the footsteps of the Batmobile and Catwoman, the Batwing is the latest gem to surface from the set of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Thanks to the same folks that filmed multiple Batmobile vehicles cruising down the streets of Pittsburgh, fans have been treated with new video footage of yet another Batman vehicle.
In one video, the Batwing can be seen turning a corner on a tilt, roaming through what appears to be a snowy Gotham city set. In another, fans can be seen capturing footage of the Batwing as the vehicle is rearranged on set.
The weekend shoot did not go as smoothly as planned. On Saturday, the Batwing went off course and hit a street lamp. The vehicle used on set is apparently the only Batwing available to director Christopher Nolan, MovieWeb reported.
This is the second accident to occur on the "Dark Knight" set. Last week, Anne Hathaway's stunt double for her Catwoman character fell off the Batpod she was using and destroyed an IMAX camera, according to ICV2. No major injuries were sustained following the accident.
Since the arrival of Nolan and company, Pittsburgh has been the buzz of Hollywood and beyond. Videos and photos from the set have been posted on several movie blogs and Web sites.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt was seen just this past weekend filming on a snow-covered street, complete with a moving Batmobile tumbler. The 30-year-old "Inception" actor plays John Blake, a cop assigned under Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman).
"The Dark Knight Rises" stars Christian Bale as the caped crusader, Tom Hardy as the villain Bane, with Marion Cotillard, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman.
The third and last installment of the Nolan-Batman film series arrives in theaters July 20, 2012.