The Batman it has been affected by the coronavirus to stop your shoot as part of the actions to prevent the spread of the disease after increase in cases all over the world.
According to Warner Bros., the production of The Batman will be postponed for at least two weeks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among the members of the cast and the production team.
“Warner Bros. Pictures offers evidence that the production of The Batman will enter a hiatus of two weeks beginning on the day of today. The study will continue to monitor the situation closely”.
For the moment, Matt Reeves director of The Batman, has not made any statement on how it will affect the stop the recordings from the tape to your release date.
The Batman, the new affected by coronavirus
The Batman is not the only production that has been affected by the current pandemic of coronavirus, especially in countries of Europe such as England, where it is being tape recorded by Matt Reeves.
In addition to The Batman for Warner Bros, Disney was forced to postpone the recordings of the live action of The little Mermaid as well as the world premiere of his other live action, Mulan.
Next to The Batman, the tape from Universal Pictures, Jurassic World: Dominion also postponed its shoot until further notice, just like Netflix with several of its original series and cancelled world premieres such as Fast and Furious 9 and James Bond: No Time to Die.
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