The Release of 'The Batman' Postponed Until 2022

The Release of 'The Batman' Postponed Until 2022

Posted on Oct 7, 2020

The entertainment industry is facing problems where various theaters around the world are closed due to lockdowns and social distance measures implemented to prevent the spread of the global epidemic coronavirus.

And now Warner Bros. has announced the late release of its two films 'Dune' and 'The Batman'. According to a report by the British news agency 'Reuters', the science fiction film 'Dune' directed by Canadian director Dennis Valenzuela will now be released in October 2021 instead of December.

'The Batman', starring Robert Pattinson, will be released in the spring of 2022 instead of October next year. Warner Studios had initially announced that the film The Batman would be released in June 2021. Later, it was announced that it would be released in October 2021 and now it has been decided to delay it.

Also, in September, the shooting of the Hollywood science fiction film 'The Batman' was stopped for two weeks after the lead actor Robert Pattinson confirmed the coronavirus. Film studio Warner Bros. did not name the person infected with the coronavirus, but Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, and Vanity Fair quoted all sources as saying that the person who was confirmed to have the coronavirus was a film star, Robert Pattinson.

It was not clear to what extent the actor showed symptoms of the global coronavirus. Despite the easing of restrictions on the coronavirus, the release of films has been delayed, people are reluctant to go to the cinema halls and many theaters are still not operational.

Yesterday, the world's second-largest cinema, China Sign World, announced the temporary closure of theaters in the United Kingdom and the United States. Dune has garnered a lot of attention because of his cast, including 24-year-old Timothy Shalamet, who was nominated for an Academy Award in 2017 for his performance in the film Call Me By Your Name.

In addition, Warner Bros. Wonder Woman has delayed the release of 1984, while James Bond's film 'No Time to Die' has been delayed until April 2021.


Hamza Sarfraz

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