The Batman has emerged from a two-week quarantine period.

On Sept. 17, the film shoot resumed in the UK, two weeks to the day of news that star Robert Pattinson had tested positive for COVID-19. The diagnosis led to a shutdown just three days into The Batman's initial return to set following a nearly six-month delay amid the pandemic. Health and safety protocols appear to now be in order, as production is underway once more.

The Batman returns following Robert Pattinson COVID-19 scare

In a statement reported by Deadline, a Warner Bros. studio rep said: "Following a hiatus for COVID-19 quarantine precautions, filming has now resumed on The Batman in the UK." The outlet added that the studio doesn't comment on the "personal status" of employees, so no update was given regarding Pattinson.

However, Pattinson was spotted on Wednesday for the first time since his positive COVID test shutdown The Batman earlier this month. The latest star to play the caped crusader was seen out and about in London with his girlfriend, Suki Waterhouse, one day before his new movie restarted production.

The Batman is back - But is Robert Pattinson?

So, as it stands, there's no official word on Pattinson's return to The Batman set. But outlets such as Daily Mail say he did return to work today, in addition to being spotted with his partner.

The film industry had taken a hit when Batman-lead Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19 after three days on set. But today's restart and Pattinson's public sightings appear to bode well for the his health and the film. The Batman is scheduled for an October 2021 release. We also saw a gritty first trailer late last month.

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