Robert Pattinson starrer The Batman is amongst the much-awaited Hollywood films. The Batman was originally slated to hit the big screen on June 2021 but now doubts hover over the scheduled release date. It is speculated that the Robert Pattinson starrer has been postponed and will now release in October 2021.
The decision has come in accordance to the on-going global outbreak of the novel coronavirus due to which the shooting of the film and the production work of the films across the world has come to a sudden halt. The Hollywood filmmakers have completely shut down the filming of various ventures because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Previously, Matt Reeves suggested that the production work has been closed and now the reports say that the film starring Robert Pattinson as Batman will hit the big screen on October 2021.
On the list of the films being postponed there a few other much-awaited films like Wonder Woman 1984, Mulan, Fast and Furious 9, Black Widow, and Daniel Craig’s No Time To Die along with the Robert Pattinson starrer The Batman.
Christopher Nolan’s upcoming venture titled Tenet featuring Robert Pattinson is hoping to keep its release date of July 17.
The reports also speculate that the Angels and Demons star Tom Hanks’ film with Baz Luhrmann will hit the big screen on November 2021 away from its scheduled date of October 1, 2021. The film is said to be a biopic of Elvis Presley which will feature Tom Hanks as Elvis’ manager. Actor Austin Butler will be essaying the lead role of Elvis Presley.