LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Filming has resumed in Britain on the motion picture “The Batman,” Warner Bros. mentioned on Thursday, right after a two-week shutdown induced by a member of the manufacturing – documented to be actor Robert Pattinson – who examined optimistic for the coronavirus.
“Following a hiatus for COVID 19 quarantine safety measures, filming has now resumed on The Batman in the U.K,” a Warner Bros. agent said in a assertion.
Pattinson, the star of the superhero movie, was broadly noted to be the individual who tested positive in early September. The film studio under no circumstances verified or denied this.
The shutdown underscored the issues that Hollywood is experiencing in obtaining back again to work soon after months of pandemic-induced shutdowns, and the stringent basic safety actions they have to now undertake.
Filming of “The Batman” experienced resumed north of London only 3 times prior to the positive examination after being shuttered in mid-March, alongside with dozens of other films and Tv demonstrates close to the planet thanks to the coronavirus.
It was not obvious to what extent Pattinson, 34, finest acknowledged for his breakout position in the vampire motion picture collection “Twilight,” had suffered any COVID-19 signs or symptoms.
“The Batman” has about three months of materials left to shoot, according to Hollywood trade retailers. Its launch was pushed back again previously this yr to Oct 2021 from June 2021.