Robert Pattinson's The Batman Gets Delayed Once Again; To Now Release In 2022

Warner Bros studios reportedly announced that the release date of the film The Batman starring Robert Pattinson is being pushed by a year

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Robert Pattinson's The Batman Gets Delayed Once Again; To Now Release In 2022
The outbreak of Coronavirus has led to major delays in terms of film releases. The movie industry has been one of the worst hit industries with the shooting for many films coming to a halt. The same was suffered by Warner Bros Studios' project The Batman featuring Robert Pattinson. The shooting of the superhero film came to a halt due to Coronavirus and hence, the release date of the film was pushed by a few months. However, now comes the news that the film has been delayed further.

As per the latest reports, The Batman starring Robert Pattinson in the lead and directed by Matt Reeves will now release on March 4, 2022. It was earlier slated to release on October 1, 2021. And taking up the slot of October 2021 is Dune which was earlier supposed to release in December 2020. As reported by Variety, Warner Bros Studios has also reshuffled the release date of other films like The Flash and Shazam! Fury of the Gods.

Earlier, it was reported that the shooting for The Batman has come to a halt as the lead hero Robert Pattinson tested positive for Coronavirus. But post recovery, in September, Robert was reported to have resumed the shooting for the film in London.

The teaser of The Batman was recently released and fans could not contain their excitement seeing Robert in the Black superhero cape. Sadly, we'll have to wait for really long to see him as a superhero on the big screen. (Also Read: The Batman Teaser: Netizens Go All Crazy Witnessing Actor Colin Farrell's Unrecognisable Avatar In This Robert Pattinson Starrer)




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