Did WWJ Newsradio 950 reporter Mike Campbell stumble onto a set for the upcoming “Batman V. Superman” film?

Maybe, maybe not.

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Campbell said, Wednesday morning, he was shooed away by security — at Howard and Sixth Street, in front of the Michigan Plaza building — where the road was shut down because of what appeared to be a film shoot.

“Some guy in a silver SUV and a bunch of security guards keep trying to block my shots,” said Campbell, who was able to snap a few photos, posted below.

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“There are what have to be described as movie set pieces; looks like parts of the building — that red, rusty steel and then cement chunks.”

Several calls and emails to  “Batman V. Superman” film representatives were left unreturned…so all we’re left with is speculation.

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WWJ's Mike Campbell was chased away by security guards from what looked like a movie shoot at Howard and Sixth, across  from the the Michigan Plaza in Detroit. (credit: WWJ)

(credit:  Mike Campbell/WWJ)

WWJ's Mike Campbell was chased away by security guards from what looked like a movie shoot at Howard and Sixth, across  from the the Michigan Plaza in Detroit. He suspects it could be

(credit: Mike Campbell/WWJ)

WWJ's Mike Campbell was chased away by security guards from what looked like a movie shoot at Howard and Sixth, across  from the the Michigan Plaza in Detroit. He suspects it could be

(credit: Mike Campbell/WWJ)