Just a few days after resuming filming, the U.K. shoot for "The Batman" has been temporarily suspended again after the film's star tested positive for COVID-19.
Vanity Fair reports that "highly placed sources" confirmed Robert Pattinson, who plays the caped crusader in the new film, came down with coronavirus shortly after work resumed at studios outside of London.
A spokesperson for Warner Bros. confirmed a member of "The Batman" production tested positive, but would not say who. They added that the individual is currently isolating in accordance with established protocols.
The new film from director Matt Reeves had resumed filming just a few days ago after an almost six-month hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“The Batman” was originally supposed to hit theaters in June 2021 but was pushed back to October because of the delays.
Warner Bros. released the film's first teaser trailer two weeks ago as part of an online fan event.