The pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the entertainment industry, and like many others, Robert Pattinson’s film will be slow to hit theaters.
The premiere of the film The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, its premiere was postponed again due to the extension of the pandemic of coronavirus.
After a series of production setbacks, which included the protagonist himself Robert pattinson will be infected, without major consequences, of COVID-19, the release date in the theaters of the film will pass from October 1, 2021 as of March 4, 2022.
The information was released this Tuesday by sources from Warner Bros., who recalled that the original date of presentation of the classic of DC Comics It had been initially scheduled for June 25, 2021, in the middle of the American summer.
In addition to the film of the hero of Gotham City, Covid-19 also forced a delay – even further – the premieres Dune, starring Timothée Chalamet (passed from December 18 until October 21, 2021) Y The Flash, starring Ezra Miller, in the shoes of the sprinter defender of justice. When? Instead of June 2, 2022, he November 4th, also next year.
The film studio also reported that both the spin-off by Dwayne Johnson Black Adam, which was scheduled for December 2, 2021, as the video game adaptation of Minecraft, scheduled for March 4, 2022, now have undated releases.
The decision of the Warner Bros. studios was made after learning that the owner of Regal Cinemas, Cineworld, announced yesterday that will temporarily close 536 cinemas in the United States and 127 islands from Cineworld and Picturehouse in the UK.
The Batman It is directed by Matt Reeves, who wrote the script alongside Mattson Tomlin. Pattinson will be Bruce Wayne/Batman Y Jolioto Gamer will play Dick Grayson / Robin. Other cast names: Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Colin Farrell, John Turturro, Jeffrey Wright, and Andy Serkis.
Reeves took the reins of the direction and the script and reworked the story focusing on a Batman worthy of prequel, younger, seeking to emphasize the detective aspect of the character more broadly than in previous installments. Ben affleck gave up his role as the lead in January 2019 and Pattinson was elected in May of the same year.
Warner BrosDespite its decision to postpone the long-awaited film, it was the first major studio to release a major film in the midst of a pandemic: Tenet, an epic production that revolves around international espionage, time travel and a secret agent must prevent the Third World war.
But the trend in Hollywood studios is on retain your most important movies until the virus crisis has subsided and the demand for cinema returns from the hand of its moviegoers.
Considered the mediocre income of Tenet (“just $ 45 million”), as well as the disappointing launch of Mulán in streaming service Disney +These would be the essential foundations for the immediate postponements.
According to one specialist, “the financial failures of Tenet Y Mulán made Hollywood studios now be delaying all of his most expensive feature films until the summer or the second semester of 2021 “.