Robert Pattinson Test Positive For Coronavirus - Halts Movie Production Days After Resumed
Actor Robert Pattinson and the crew of his most awaited DCU movie “The Batman” has been tested positive with Corona Virus.
The movie production has been outside London for around three months for filming the movie, where they stopped the production in March after the COVID outrage. After the hiatus, the production team just returned to the set earlier this week, and the crew has just informed to be positive on Corona Virus.
The Warner Bros initially shared the news on Thursday, September 3rd, where the production team shared that “filming has temporarily paused” because “a member” of the products tested positive and is “isolating following established protocols” for the virus that causes the disease COVID-19.
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But later, Vanity Fair first reported that Pattinson and the crew had been tested positive with the virus. The media outlet shared,
“A member of The Batman production has tested positive for Covid-19 and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused.”
The entire world has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic and after months of hold in all movie and television sectors, the production team has started the shooting with new rules and guidelines. Health experts are brought along who monitor the health of the cast and crew.
Similarly, with the increased case in California, several production teams has moved to other states or went overseas. Filmmakers and TV writers share that movie production lately has been too expensive and crowd scenes are impossible.
And movies like “The Batman,” has also lost millions of dollars due to delay in production. Many movies has also gone for streaming services or has hold the product until it's safe to go back to movie theaters.
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“Tenet,” another one of Pattinson’s films which has repeatedly pushed back the release date. The film was released in the United States on Thursday, one of the first major films to open in theaters amid the pandemic.
And the news of the Twilight star being positive on the virus comes after Dwyane 'The Rock' Johnson was tested positive were the 48 years old actor share to wear a mask and take responsibility. We pray for both actor's speedy recovery.
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