Matt Reeves directorial The Batman resumes production

Robert Pattinson. REUTERS  Mario Anzuoni  File

Robert Pattinson. REUTERS Mario Anzuoni File

Two weeks ago The Batman, which had only just resumed production, had to shut down again following a positive COVID-19 test on the set.

We had been led to believe that the delay could be fairly significant, but Warner Bros. has now confirmed that cameras are rolling again.

A spokesperson for Warner Bros told Variety, "Following a hiatus for Covid-19 quarantine precautions, filming has now resumed on The Batman in the United Kingdom".

It's back to the Batcave for The Batman. and the Dark Knight himself, Robert Pattinson.

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The Batman is (hopefully) set to be released next October, and also stars Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, Andy Serkis as Alfred, and more. Then things got really serious when it was revealed that the film's star was the one who tested positive. According to Variety, production resumed on the film on September 1, and on Thursday (September 3), they received word that an anonymous member of the crew was diagnosed with COVID-19 and production was halted. Warner Bros. did not go into detail whether this experience would change the production's COVID-19 restrictions, but we can probably expect filming to move even more slowly and cautiously than before.

"The Batman" is going back to work. Its release was pushed back earlier this year to October 2021 from June 2021.

The Batman is the highest profile film to see a production shutdown because of an actual positive test on the set, and the fact that it was reportedly star Robert Pattinson who had the positive test, made the news that much bigger.

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