- Reports have claimed that Robert Pattinson has tested positive for COVID-19
- The Warner Bros. announced that the production of The Batman has been temporarily stopped because a member of the production got sick
- Pattinson nor his camp has yet to comment on the circulating reports on social media
- The Batman has just resumed its production after it was halted in London because of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions
Hollywood star Robert Pattinson has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
KAMI learned that a highly placed source claimed and told Vanity Fair that it was Pattinson who had been infected by coronavirus.
In a report by Vanity Fair (authored by Anthony Breznican), Warner Bros. announced the temporary suspension of the new "The Batman" movie.
Warner Bros. did not share which production member had illness. However, the said member is now in isolation. The camp of Pattinson has yet to confirm the reports.
The Batman movie is one of the most anticipated DC films next year. It is expected to be released on October 1, 2021.
Born on May 13, 1986, Robert Pattinson is a famous actor in Hollywood. He gained popularity as Edward Cullen in the movies Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn. His other films are Remember Me, The Lost City of Z, and Water for Elephants.
Recently, Dwayne Johnson has shared that he had the coronavirus disease but he was able to recover.
Award-winning actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson also confirmed that they had COVID-19 but able to overcome the virus.
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