Two weeks after the stop of filming for "The Batman", the filming of the superhero adaptation with Robert Pattinson has been running again at the Warner studios in Leavesden since September 17.
Warner has officially confirmed that filming for 'The Batman' is ongoing again after the second Corona interruption. First, the works – like almost all film shoots worldwide – had to be suspended in March because of the Corona pandemic. After a break of about five and a half months, the work began again at the beginning of September, only to be immediately canceled again after three days because of a COVID-19 disease.
As quickly as several magazines were able to report independently, the patient was even the lead actor Robert Pattinson himself. Warner has never confirmed this and has now made it clear once again that no information about personal matters of employees will be shared. As a result, the studio has not announced whether Pattinson himself will be back on set. According to Variety, however, this is the case.
"THE BATMAN" DATE PROBABLY NOT IN JEOPARDY
Since it is now quite fast after the interruption, it can be assumed that the cinema release date, which is now planned after a postponement as a result of the big first interruption, can be maintained in about one year – namely on 30 September 2021 – so no further postponement is necessary.
The round was particularly concerned when it quickly became clear that during the recent break, no filming was taking place at all, but only minor work on the construction of sets in Warner's largely shielded complex in Leavesden, where numerous blockbusters are being produced each year and which is known to a wider public, especially through the "Harry Potter Studio Tour".
Director Matt Reeves previously revealed that he has already shot about 25 percent of the film and still needs about three months to film all the material. This gives him enough time for post-production and possible re-shooting on the usual scale. A first teaser trailer is already available: