Robert Pattinson who will play the superhero in the upcoming movie ‘The Batman’ has reportedly contracted coronavirus.
- Last Updated: September 4, 2020, 4:29 PM IST
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Out of all the people one thought would contract the bat-borne disease, Batman was probably last on everyone’s list.
But hey, it’s 2020 and anything is possible. Yes, we are talking about British actor Robert Pattinson, who will be donning the superhero cape in the upcoming movie The Batman.
According to several reports, the production of the highly-anticipated movie has stalled following Pattinson testing positive for the infectious disease.
Since then, wishes from Twilight fans have poured in on social media, praying for actor’s speedy recovery. Many others couldn’t miss the dark irony of “bat” and “man” becoming Batman.
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But then there was a different lot, which reminded why the Batman may have perhaps brought home the virus. Guess what? Our superhero was wearing the mask the wrong way all of this while.
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Batman star testing positive for Covid is perhaps the biggest sign why people need to be wearing their mask right
— Jairaj Singh (@JairajSinghR) September 4, 2020
Batman, who was a vampire, and a Wizard before that, also got infected by Coronavirus. While you are roaming on the street with your mask around your neck. https://t.co/I2a5jX7NMN
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) September 4, 2020
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If you are fatigued by the ensuing pandemic and understandably so, here’s a friendly reminder: face masks, washing hands, and maintaining social distancing are still some of the effective ways to break the chain of COVID-19 infections.
On your mask, get set, go!