Robert Pattinson Tests Positive for COVID-19 While Filming The Batman

Problems for The Batman, after the stoppage caused by the pandemic, now in the resumption Robert Pattinson tests positive for COVID-19.

The production of The batman has been forced to stop again because a team member tested positive for coronavirus, and is reportedly the star of the film Robert Pattinson, who plays Bruce wayne. Filming had only resumed for 3 days in the UK, after the 5-month hiatus.

Than Robert Pattinson whoever has tested positive for COVID-19, it is a very hard blow for the production and depending on how long the actor is forced to be in quarantine, it could result in a significant delay in the release of the film.

But there is also a bigger problem.

Whether such a high-profile star has tested positive for COVID-19 while filming has led many to question whether working in the productions of Hollywood, in general, it has been resumed prematurely, and if all these security protocols that we have been told that have been implemented are enough to keep the virus at bay on set. Since they had supposedly created a bubble for all those who had tested negative and in theory they could not be infected. That is why he has missed so much that Robert Pattinson be the positive. Since they supposedly had everything under control.

We will have to see how things progress. For now, all we can do is wish Robert Pattinson a speedy recovery. Although it has not been reported if he has developed any symptoms or if he is totally asymptomatic.

The Batman will be released in October 2021, although if it suffers more delays the date could vary. Directed by Matt reeves, the film will star Robert Pattinson as Batman / Bruce Wayne, Zoe kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano like The Riddler, Colin farrell as El Pingüino and Andy Serkis like Alfred. | Cinema, comics and series