Filming of The Batman has been suspended due to infection with Robert Pattinson

Batman actor Robert Pattinson has been diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus, according to media reports. Recurrence of The Batman movie, which was suspended due to an epidemic, has been suspended due to the discovery of the Kovis virus in Robert Pattinson.

Movie studio Warner Bros. claims that a member of The Batman production team was diagnosed with the virus, but did not say who it was. Filming was suspended, but did not say how long it would take. Hollywood media outlets Variety and Vanity Fair have named actor Robert Pattinson as the person who was diagnosed with the virus.

Spokesmen for Warner Bros. and Robert Pattinson have not yet commented. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Filming resumed filming The Batman in north London just three days ago, after the Corona virus shut down movies and TV shows in mid-March. The Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson is reportedly three months away from filming the action scenes. The film’s release date has been postponed from June 2021 to October 2021.

Film and TV production has been further delayed by safety regulations due to the Kovis outbreak. Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World: Dominion, among other productions, is based in London, England. It is resuming in Eastern Europe. The cast of Avatar is back in filming in New Zealand. Tom Cruise received permission in July to shoot the remaining parts of the new Mission Impossible film in Norway without having to take Quaratine. It has also been reported that the film production company has leased two cruise ships to accommodate the crew to keep them away from the Norwegian people.