Zoë Kravitz opens up about ‘bizarre’ filming of ‘The Batman’ – Archyde

Zoë Kravitz reveals how much the filming of ‘The Batman’ was affected by Corona rules.
Production of the eagerly awaited blockbuster began in January 2020, but had to be interrupted due to the global pandemic. It was only in the autumn of the same year that the shooting could be continued and was temporarily paused again due to leading actor Robert Pattinson’s Covid disease. Speaking to ‘MovieMaker’, Catwoman actress Zoë Kravitz reveals she’s never seen anything so strange on film.

“We all had to adapt: ​​being on set and wearing masks, not being able to see the crew’s faces and not being able to just sit and chat with the crew and so on. It got very impersonal in a way. So that was a little sad because I love getting to know the crews I work with and spending time with them.”

Although the 33-year-old was thrilled to play Catwoman, she was hoping for more fun on the set of the superhero film. “I think we were all just happy to be there. But everyone worked very, very hard and went home afterwards. You had nowhere to go to blow off steam and couldn’t even go out to dinner. I was very thankful to be there at all. But it was definitely bizarre,” she admits. ‘The Batman’ opens in cinemas on March 3rd.

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