Robert Pattinson has tested positive for coronavirus. “A member of the film ‘The Batman’ has tested positive for Covid-19 and is in isolation according to the protocols. The filming has been stopped,” indicates Warner Bros as a consequence.
The study has thus confirmed the suspension “by a case of coronavirus,” although it has not revealed the identity of the affected. However, ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ has confirmed that it is Pattinson.
Nor has any representative of the actor for the moment. With this new case, several stars have already been infected with the coronavirus: Dwayne Johnson, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson.
The shooting of the film had resumed only three days ago, after being five and a half months of pattern. At that time, Matt Reeves indicated that he had finished shooting a quarter of the film.
With it he offered a ‘teaser’ of the project in the macro event of Dc FanDome, where it was observed Robert Pattinson as protagonist, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano and Colin Farrell.
The film does not tell the origins of Batman, but reflects a Bruce Wayne as Batman “making mistakes, growing, falling and being a hero,” they explain. The film is scheduled to hit the big screen next October 2021.
He also explained that he had been inspired by other films from the 70’s such as ‘Chinatown’ or ‘Taxi Driver’. It is estimated that about three months of filming will remain.