The Batman director claims that everyone in the production is “safe” from COVID-19

                                                              Image credits:   Matt Reeves / Play                                                                                                              Matt Reeves replied a Twitter follower who questioned whether there was a delay in filming the Dark Knight feature                        Nicolaos Garófalo                            25. 03. 2020       23H20                                                                                                                                                    Extremely active on social media, Matt Reeves, director of The Batman, used Twitter to inform that everyone involved in the film is, for now, “safe” from the coronavirus pandemic. The filmmaker responded to a follower who asked about the postponement of filming and the state of health of the cast and crew of the film.                                                                     Reeves replied that production had been halted until it was “safe to resume” and confirmed that “everyone is safe at the moment”. The director thanked the follower for his concern and reminded the fan to stay safe – see below:                                                                  The Batman cast features Robert Pattinson in the lead role, Zoë Kravitz as the Catwoman, Paul Dano as the villain Riddler and Colin Farrell as the Penguin. Westworld’s Jeffrey Wright will be Commissioner James Gordon and Andy Serkis will play faithful butler Alfred. The film will be directed by Matt Reeves.                                 In the comics, Batman learned to drive on the streets of Rio de Janeiro; understand Everything we know about The Batman From Adam West to games: see the references of the new hero costume Images may have revealed the Catwoman look Costume designer won her Oscar in 2020 for Lovely Women Actor comments on feeling of wearing uniform in the test Who’s who in the new hero movie The Long Halloween is the ideal HQ to re-introduce the detective Batman; understand 10 Comics indicated for Robert Pattinson to meet the hero The Batman is set to open on 25 June 2021. Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, several areas of entertainment have been affected by the postponement of premieres, production stoppages and cancellation of major events.                                 Coronavirus in pop culture: keep up with developments Check everything that has already been canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus How the coronavirus pandemic will affect Hollywood See how artists are going through the quarantine period 14 original Omelette documentaries to watch in quarantine The best movies and series to watch for free during quarantine Calendar of international shows in 2020 after the coronavirus                                                                                                                                                                                        
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