Robert Pattinson has tested positive for COVID-19, and that means “The Batman” will halt filming.

Warner Bros. announced a filming delay earlier on Thursday without identifying the person who tested positive. “A member of The Batman production has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused,” Warner Bros. said in a statement.

However, Vanity Fair’s sources report that Pattinson, who is playing Batman for the first time, is the one with the diagnosis. The actor had not yet commented on the news at press time.

“The Batman” was filming in London before the pandemic started shutting productions down in the U.K. The Warner Bros. movie paused filming in March, and they just started rolling again this week.

Matt Reeves directs the highly-anticipated film, which shows Batman early in his career. Also in Gotham at the time are a pre-Catwoman Selina Kyle (Zoe Kravitz), The Riddler (Paul Dano), Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin (Colin Farrell) and Carmine Falcone (John Turturro).

At the DC Fandome event last month, Reeves teased that Pattinson's Batman is so new that Gotham isn't sure what to make of him yet.

"If you were in a city, and there was a guy who dressed up as a bat, and showed up out of the shadows and sometimes confronted those people and beat them up because he felt what they were doing was wrong so that he could put the fear of God in them about the crimes that they're committing, I think we would wonder, 'Well, gee, that, that guy sounds a little dangerous,'" Reeves said during the panel.

"He's not yet the vision of the character that he becomes, where he becomes a symbol of hope for the city. He's early in the trajectory, and so they're afraid of him, frankly," he added.

“The Batman” is due in theaters in fall 2021.

The Batman Robert Pattinson Robert Pattinson stars as Bruce Wayne in Warner Bros. new film, "The Batman," due out in 2021. Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics