Production on “The Batman” temporarily paused after Robert Pattinson tested positive for Covid-19

Filming of “The Batman” has been briefly stopped after the actor, Robert Pattinson, tested positive for Covid-19. A representative for Warner Bros. Pictures affirmed in an announcement on Thursday that an individual from the film’s production had tested positive for COVID-19 yet didn’t name Pattinson. The representative included the filming is currently detaching as per built up conventions.

The movie had been filming for half a month when COVID-19 covered TV and movie productions in March. “The Batman” had continued activities in the London zone just days prior. A month ago, Warner Bros. delivered the initial two-minute teaser for the film virtually. The film’s release date had been pushed back a while following COVID-related filming delays. It isn’t known whether the current respite will additionally influence its release.