A few weeks ago the production of The Batman was stopped again because its star Robert Pattinson tested positive for Coronavirus, but it seems that the issue is already overcome.
After closing the main shoot in March when the coronavirus pandemic worsened globally, The batman the cameras started rolling again. Unfortunately, that only lasted for a few days before the movie found another setback. Robert Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19, forcing Warner Bros. to stop filming while they dealt with the situation.
At the time, it was unknown how long the delay would last due to the number of variables in the situation. Not only was Robert Pattinson's health the main concern, but Warner Bros also had to make sure not to pass the virus on to anyone else involved in the production. With only 25% of The Batman filmed before the first shutdown, the team still has a lot of work to do, and any further delays could be detrimental as they strive to meet the October 2021 release date. Fortunately, The Batman is working again.
So, for now there is good news and it seems that the protocols of care for the cast and the technical team are quite efficient. Since they caught the case quickly and have not resumed filming The Batman until everything is more secure.
What will the movie be about?
The batman will reboot the famous character of DC Comics. This time we will see a much more detective version of what we are used to. In fact, he will have to investigate murders that the Gotham police cannot solve.
Directed by Matt reeves, The Batman film has a spectacular cast led by Robert Pattinson, Zöe Kravitz, Paul Dano, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Charlie Carver, Max Carver and Con O'Neill.
The Batman will be released on October 1, 2021, if the Coronavirus leaves us alone at once.
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