The Batman Resumes Production After Shutdown Due To Star Robert Pattinson Testing Positive For COVID-19
The highly anticipated film The Batman has begun production after being halted when star Robert Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19.
Robert Pattinson was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19, halting the production of The Batman until he recovers and the set can be secured.
The Batman, Mission Impossible and some other big productions have been given the go ahead to resume production this summer in the UK.
Tenet and Mulan get their release dates pushed back by a month by Warner Bros. and Disney respectively, given that states have not fully reopened.
Disneyland Shanghai and Florida Disney Springs will be undergoing partial reopenings next week, with new safety measures in place to stop any COVID-19 spread.
Disney could lose $21 billion from its parks alone due to closures and likely recession following the COVID-19 global pandemic.
AMC Theaters will stay shut down until movies return to to theatrical releases in general, despite states like George letting stay at home orders expire.
Disappointed but not surprised about San Diego Comic Con officially cancelling the 2020 event? You’re not alone, and The Illuminerdi has gathered fan reactions.
FanimeCon is yet another convention on the chopping block as its organizers made the decision to defer the event to next year.
As the Coronavirus pandemic forces many businesses to shut down, some will find themselves going bankrupt – like AMC Theaters, for example.