The Bat is again on the town.
Robert Pattinson was spotted filming a scene for “The Batman” for the primary time since manufacturing was shut down as a consequence of a COVID-19 an infection, MailOnline reported. Filming formally resumed on Sept. 17, after halting manufacturing for 2 weeks when someone concerned with the film, who was mentioned to be Pattinson, examined constructive for the coronavirus.
However on Monday a wholesome Pattinson, 34, was spotted exterior St. George’s Corridor in Liverpool, England, filming a funeral scene. It was the primary time the British actor has been seen exterior in character. Warner Bros. additionally had about 100 extras on hand for the sequence, which has jarred some insiders given the UK’s latest spike in coronavirus instances.
“Fairly a number of of us are shocked, to say the least, that round 100 individuals based mostly in a movie studio in Hertfordshire are being requested to go to a excessive threat space within the North West,” a supply instructed MailOnline. “Nevertheless, to be honest to the manufacturing firm, they do take a look at for coronavirus.”
The movie additionally plans to have Chicago double as Gotham Metropolis, the Chicago Tribune reported, simply because it did throughout Christopher Nolan’s 2008 “The Darkish Knight.”
“The Batman,” which additionally stars Zoë Kravitz, Colin Farrell and Paul Dano, lately pushed its launch date to March 4, 2022.
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