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    It was reported earlier this month that The Batman could get back to filming from September, after production was halted in March amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    And it seems that the things are finally getting underway as the batmobile was seen being put through its paces at a disused airfield on Thursday.

    Crew were seen taking two cars that had been decked out to resemble the Caped Crusader’s new ride out of a van. 

    Back to work: The Batman’s crew were seen preparing the Caped Crusader’s Batmobile as they test drove the cars in an airfield on Thursday before production resumes on the film

    Once the vehicles were unloaded onto the airfield, test drivers sat behind the wheel and drove the cars on the track for a test run.

    The batmobile was first shown off by director Matt Reeves in official stills shared earlier this year, but the vehicle could be seen more clearly in daylight and had a sleek design thanks to its low body.

    An exposed engine was fitted to the back of the car to complete the Batmobile’s motif, while it was fitted with large wheels for endurance.

    Crew made sure to keep safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing masks as they drove the cars around the airfield.

    Preparation: It was reported earlier this month that The Batman could get back to filming from September, after production was halted in March amid the coronavirus pandemic

    Preparation: It was reported earlier this month that The Batman could get back to filming from September, after production was halted in March amid the coronavirus pandemic

    New ride: Crew were seen taking two cars that had been decked out to resemble the Caped Crusader's batmobile out of a van

    New ride: Crew were seen taking two cars that had been decked out to resemble the Caped Crusader’s batmobile out of a van

    Driving around: Once the vehicles were unloaded onto the airfield, test drivers sat behind the wheel and drove the cars on the track for a test run

    In good condition: Despite a five month break in filming, the cars appeared to be no worse the wear

    Driving around: Once the vehicles were unloaded onto the airfield, test drivers sat behind the wheel and drove the cars on the track for a test run

    Need for speed: The vehicle could be seen clearly in daylight and had a sleek design thanks to its low body

    Need for speed: The vehicle could be seen clearly in daylight and had a sleek design thanks to its low body

    Safety first: Crew made sure to keep safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing masks as they drove the cars around the airfield

    Safety first: Crew made sure to keep safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing masks as they drove the cars around the airfield

    On Saturday, Robert Pattinson declared that he is raring to get back to work on The Batman, while making a cameo Saturday at the online DC Comics FanDome event.

    The 34-year-old actor said he was ready to don the suit of the Caped Crusader for filmmaker Matt Reeves.

    ‘As many of you probably already know, we were in the beginning stages of production when COVID hit.

    ‘So now I’m very anxious to get back to work and continue to form this beloved character, I’ve always been a massive fan.’

    Test run: A crew member drove the car around the airfield at speed

    Test run: A crew member drove the car around the airfield at speed

    Run through: The crew appeared to be making sure everything was in working order for the cars before filming began once more

    Easy does it: The batmobiles were carefully unloaded from the van

    Run through: The crew appeared to be making sure everything was in working order for the cars before filming began once more

    Making preparations: Crew members checked the car closely for any issues

    Making preparations: Crew members checked the car closely for any issues

    Ready to go: Only two cars were seen out on the airfield, it is unclear if there would be more made for the production

    Strict measures: There appeared to be a stripped down crew out on the airfield to test the cars

    Ready to go: Only two cars were seen out on the airfield, it is unclear if there would be more made for the production

    Thrilling: An exposed engine was fitted to the back of the car to complete the Batmobile's motif, while it was fitted with large wheels for endurance

    Thrilling: An exposed engine was fitted to the back of the car to complete the Batmobile’s motif, while it was fitted with large wheels for endurance

    Last week it was claimed that that production would resume on The Batman in September, it was reported by Variety.

    According to the publication cameras will begin to roll at the beginning of the month in Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, after filming came to a halt in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Reeves’ take on the caped crusader, which stars Robert Pattinson in the title role, was nearly seven weeks into its filming schedule in London at the time of its hiatus, meaning there is reportedly three months of material left to shoot.

    It was claimed that because of this the film could finish filming by the end of the year, but it is yet to be seen if that will be the case.

    Ready to go: On Saturday, Robert Pattinson declared that he is raring to get back to work on The Batman, while making a cameo Saturday at the online DC Comics FanDome event

    Ready to go: On Saturday, Robert Pattinson declared that he is raring to get back to work on The Batman, while making a cameo Saturday at the online DC Comics FanDome event

    Exciting: The trailer for The Batman was released on Saturday during DC'S Fandome event

    Exciting: The trailer for The Batman was released on Saturday during DC’S Fandome event

    The publication also reported that crews have been busy building new sets for the comic book film throughout August, so that they will be ready in time for filming to begin again next month.

    MailOnline contacted Warner Bros’ representatives for comment at the time. 

    The Batman’s release date was delayed until October 2021, after production was halted on March 14 due to the global pandemic. 

    Earlier this year director Reeves confirmed production on The Batman was being put on hiatus for the foreseeable future. 

    Busy schedule: Last week it was claimed that that production would resume on The Batman in September, it was reported by Variety

    Busy schedule: Last week it was claimed that that production would resume on The Batman in September, it was reported by Variety

    Warner Bros originally said it was taking a ‘two-week hiatus’ due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Matt confirmed that filming was paused for the time being. 

    ‘Yes, we have shut down till it is safe for us all to resume,’ he stated in a tweet, before the Hollywood blockbuster was bumped back.’ 

    Filming had initially been relocated from London to Liverpool before being halted altogether.

    A statement at the time read: ‘Warner Bros. Pictures feature production of ‘The Batman’ will be on a two-week hiatus starting today. The studio will continue to monitor the situation closely.’ 

    On hold: Earlier this year director Reeves confirmed production on The Batman was being put on hiatus for the foreseeable future

    On hold: Earlier this year director Reeves confirmed production on The Batman was being put on hiatus for the foreseeable future 

    Hiatus: Warner Bros originally said it was taking a 'two-week hiatus' due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the film's release date was moved to October 2021

    Hiatus: Warner Bros originally said it was taking a ‘two-week hiatus’ due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the film’s release date was moved to October 2021

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