Production of Batman stops, Matt Reeves reveals indefinite shutdown


The entertainment industry, like any industry, has hit hard with the COVID-19 locks. Movies, productions and events have been canceled in recent weeks. Combining productions that have been halted through the coronation concerns is Matt Reeves' Batman. Directing for starter Robert Pattinson has been delayed indefinitely. The manager confirmed the go while answering a fan query.

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Not too long ago, Diversity reported that, while shooting for some major Hollywood projects such as Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings, Matrix 4 and The Batman had originally been filed for two weeks, manufacture was now over. Curious as to where Robert Pattinson's film is located, Twitterati fell in like with the boss for information.

Matt Reeves responded to the fan's question by confirming that manufacture was finally shut down citing safety as a key interest.

Yes, we have closed until it is safe for us all to continue … Everyone safe at the moment, thank you for asking and staying safe … https://t.co/wDhlYtphlm
– Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) Development 25, 2020

Reeves was rather generous with updates as he revealed the first appearance of the Batsuit Batman and the Batmobile to a very impatient audience. Both revelations were a huge deal in the DC fan community and we had already decoded all the recently disconnected details.

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This is the next best thing in DC after releasing Birds of Prey earlier this year and headed for a theatrical release in July 2021. It looks like waiting to see Battinson and a cast full of A-listers like Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Paul Dano, Jeffery Wright and Zoe Kravitz among others. Batman and all the villains he gets will have to wait officially.

Take in persona: Dhawal Bhanushali / Mashable India

Updated: March 27, 2020 — 8:13 am

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