Robert Pattinson stars as Batman in the new movie adaptation due out in 2022.
And the actor’s stunt was seen watching the city of Liverpool from the majestic Winter Building on Wednesday as the crew recorded scenes for the 100million film.
His body double excelled in social distancing measures as they resumed filming after a scheduled stop last month when star Robert, 34, tested positive for the coronavirus.
Wow: Robert Pattinson’s stunt was seen watching the city of Liverpool from the majestic Liver Building on Wednesday as the crew recorded scenes for the movie 100 Million
The superhero actor perched on the edge of the towering building wearing the iconic black cape and pointed face mask.
He spread his arms widely and looked down as a camera set in the intricate masonry above him captured the magnificent moment.
In another image taken later Wednesday, two Three Graces buildings were lit up in red and green hues to achieve the perfect setting for the set.
It was revealed last Wednesday that filming has started on the much-anticipated film, after the theatrical release date was delayed until 2022 due to fears over the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Back in action: His body double excelled in social distancing measures as they resumed filming after a scheduled shutdown last month when Robert, 34, tested positive for coronavirus
An insider previously told MailOnline: ‘Today is the first day the main production unit has returned to filming and there don’t appear to be any further hiccups at this time. ”
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed: ‘After a break for COVID 19 quarantine precautions, filming has now resumed on The Batman in the UK’
Warner Bros. vans. were spotted in the city center as workers were carrying props through St George’s Hall.
Filming for the $ 100 million film is expected to last around a week with around 100 cast and crews adhering to strict quarantine rules.
Afraid of heights? The superhero actor perched on the edge of the towering building wearing the iconic black cape and pointed face mask
However, many are wondering if filming will continue after the Prime Minister announced the city was placed in a “ level three ” lockdown, meaning a host of new restrictions will come into effect soon.
However, there is no mention of the affected film industry in the latest guidelines, while the guidance provided by the British Film Commission has also not been updated since September 29.
Liverpool will play an important role in The Batman as American filmmaker Matt Reeves, who is directing the upcoming superhero film, which was recently revealed at DC FanDome, a virtual convention hosted by DC Comics and Warner Bros.
During an interview, he confirmed that Liverpool will be the backbone of Gotham City as they shoot the remaining 75% of the film.
Set the mood: In another image taken later, two Three Graces buildings were lit with red and green hues to achieve the perfect setting for the shoot