Matt Reeves' The Batman is now shooting again following a brief delay, and star Robert Pattinson has been spotted on set as Bruce Wayne for the first time since he was forced to take a hiatus after testing positive for coronavirus.
According to The UK's Daily Mail, "today is the first day the main production unit has returned to filming and there seem to be no other hiccups at the moment."
The tabloid has shared a full batch of decent quality snaps of the sombre-looking actor arriving at Liverpool's St George's Hall (which is doubling for Gotham City Hall) to shoot large funeral scene with a bunch of black-clad extras. One photo reveals that the gathering is to honor Spooks actor Rupert Penry-Jones' character.
We're not sure who he's playing, but there's speculation that it'll either be Gotham's mayor or DA. The trailer may have dropped a hint that he'll be one of The Riddler's victims, but that remains to be seen.
Check out the photos at the link below.
We found out last week that Warner Bros. had decided not to take any chance's with The Batman's 2021 release, pushing the movie back to March 2022.
The Batman also stars Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, and Andy Serkis as Alfred.