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Even though Robert Pattinson already tested positive to COVID-19, The Batman crew continued to shoot despite his absence.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the Batman is currently working day and night trying to pre-shoot scenes without the main character played by Robert Pattinson after the actor had to quarantine himself for being positive with COVID-19.
The 34-year-old star was forced to pause the recording and quarantine herself for 14 days to recover and ensure not to spread the deadly virus to other members of the crew.
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Concerned that a two-week recording hiatus could cause a £5 million loss, director Matt Reeves has continued to work in good spirits at the Warner Bros. studio in Leavesden, Hertfordshire (England) without the male lead.
Key positions in the crew that did not have direct contact with Pattinson were required to return to work. The already prepared scenes on the current set will be transferred to another studio.
According to information from MailOnline, after Pattinson tested positive for Coivd-19, he revealed to the nurse of the studio that he had a fever. Pattinson was immediately taken home and requested for a Covid-19 test.
A source on set later confirmed to Vanity Fair the Covid-19 positive member was Robert Pattinson. The Batman film crew just started filming again this week after a nearly half-year hiatus due to an outbreak.