The Batman movie resumes production now after Robert Pattinson is tested Covid-19 positive while filming me. After shutting down principal photography back in March when the coronavirus pandemic took a turn for the worse, The Batman started rolling the cameras again recently. Unfortunately, that only lasted a few days before the movie encountered another setback. Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19, forcing Warner Bros. to halt shooting as they dealt with the situation.
At the time, it was unknown how long the delay would last due to the number of variables at play. Not only was Pattinson's health the foremost concern, WB also had to make sure he did not transmit the virus to anyone else involved with production. With only 25% of The Batman shot prior to the first shut down, the team still has a lot of work to do, and any other delays could be damaging as they strive to meet the October 2021 release date. Thankfully, The Batman is up and running again.
From Variety, The Batman has resumed production after Pattinson was cleared following quarantine.
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The Batman movie, Warner Bros. push the film’s scheduled release from June to Oct. 2021.