Robert Pattinson is one of the greatest actors in Hollywood. Shooting for The Batman has officially continued after the production was halt after Robert Pattinson tested positive for Coronavirus. A Warner Bros. spokesperson said in a statement via a leading daily on Thursday, “Following a hiatus for COVID 19 quarantine precautions, filming has now resumed on The Batman in the UK." A leading entertainment website also reported that Robert, the star of the movie, has been cleared to resume production.
This comes as no surprise as fans thought Robert was recovering well when yesterday the Tenet star was pictured with his girlfriend Suki Waterhouse by a leading daily at a park in London, England, this was the first time Robert was spotted out and about since news broke of his getting tested positive. For the unversed, earlier this month, Robert Pattinson was diagnosed with Coronavirus amidst reports that filming of The Batman shut down only two days after starting back up.
According to a leading daily, production resumed on the film on September 1, and on Thursday (September 3), they received word that an unnamed member of the crew was diagnosed with COVID-19 and production was stopped. On September 4, a leading daily reported that Robert was actually the person who contracted the virus. The Batman is currently scheduled to be out on October 1, 2021. It is unclear if the release date of the film will be pushed given the delay in the film and Robert’s medical condition.