The Batman Has Been Halted After Leading Man Robert Pattinson Tested Positive For Covid-19 Bosses at Warner Bros. affirmed that an “individual from The Batman creation” had fallen debilitated with Covid, compelling Matt Reeves’ superhuman blockbuster to be “briefly delayed”.
While they would not name the individual concerned, editors at Vanity Fair announced that it was Pattinson, who is playing the nominal wrongdoing battling legend, who had tried positive.
Creation had just barely continued in Hertfordshire, U.K., on The Batman not long ago, after it was closed down in March because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“An individual from The Batman creation has tried positive for Covid-19, and is disconnecting as per built up conventions. Shooting is briefly stopped,” a representative for Warner Bros. said in an announcement on Thursday.
Pattinson, 34, will currently need to self-confine for about fourteen days before recording can continue by and by.
A rep for the Twilight star presently can’t seem to remark on the report.
On Thursday, WarnerMedia Studios and Networks boss Ann Sarnoff told Deadline there was an examination is in progress to discover how wellbeing and security rules set up neglected to shield representatives from becoming ill.
“We’re stopping briefly for the time being until we have more data, yet we have all the conventions set up to do contact following and ideally get back up into creation very soon,” she affirmed.
The Batman, additionally featuring Paul Dano as The Riddler, Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle, Colin Farrell as hidden world manager Oswald Cobblepot, and Jeffrey Wright co-stars as Commissioner James Gordon, is set to be delivered in 2021.