Batman Robert Pattinson COVID Free; Spotted Smooching Outside

Carla Harmon
September 18, 2020

According to UK COVID protocols, those who test positive need to quarantine for ten days, so as Robert Pattinson was diagnosed around September 3, those ten days are up, and it's also been about two weeks.

Filming of "The Batman" had resumed north of London only three days prior to the positive test after being shuttered in mid-March, along with dozens of other movies and TV shows around the world due to the coronavirus.

According to Warner Bros, the production had resumed after a hiatus for quarantine precautions.

Robert Pattinson at the Governors Awards arrivals, Los Angeles, California, US, on October 27, 2019. Then things got really serious when it was revealed that the film's star was the one who tested positive. Warner Bros. dismissed those reports to Variety, insisting that cameras stopped rolling after September 3 as much of the cast and crew followed the star into quarantine. The studio did not name the person who had the virus. Warner Bros. did not go into detail whether this experience would change the production's COVID-19 restrictions, but we can probably expect filming to move even more slowly and cautiously than before.

During the two-week hiatus, members of the crew reportedly continued to work on the latest big-budget reboot of the studio's invaluable film franchise, with some sources suggesting that director Matt Reeves would continue to shoot select sequences with Pattinson's stunt double. The Batman was originally set to release in June 2021 before being pushed to October 1, 2021 following the initial pandemic related shutdown.

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