Recording for The Batman has been suspended once more, days after it continued after the Covid lockdown.
The respite in shooting, affirmed by Warner Bros, is on the grounds that lead entertainer Robert Pattinson has tried positive for the infection, as indicated by US media.
Warner Bros said an individual from the creation group was self-segregating yet it didn’t state who.
Shooting started in Glasgow not long ago yet was ended because of the pandemic.
A representative for the studios stated: “An individual from The Batman creation has tried positive for Covid-19, and is segregating as per built up conventions. Recording is incidentally stopped.”
Vanity Fair said British entertainer Pattinson, 34, came down with the infection days in the wake of shooting continued close to London, following a six-month postponement to recording.
The Batman was at first due for discharge in June 2021 yet has been postponed to October 2021.
In the most recent movie, coordinated by Matt Reeves, Twilight star Pattinson follows in the strides of Christian Bale, Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton and George Clooney in playing the Gotham City superhuman.
Pattinson, who additionally co-stars in the current film hit Tenet, has not remarked on the reports.