Robert Pattinson has been making headlines recently, and not for his acting roles or romantic life as fans may expect. The news was that he had pulled a muscle on the set of The Batman, the highly anticipated DC movie.
The incident happened while he was shooting a fight scene. It’s unclear exactly what happened, but reports say that he pulled a muscle in his abdomen and had to be taken to the hospital for treatment. Reports say that it was a minor injury and Robert was released from the hospital shortly after.
Reaction from Fans and Co-stars
The news of Robert’s injury sent shockwaves through his fandom, and fans were quick to express their concern and support on social media. His co-stars also expressed their concern, with Zoe Kravitz, who plays Catwoman in the movie, tweeting “get well soon, Rob.”
Robert has tried to stay positive about the situation and has thanked his fans for their support. He’s also done his best to make light of the situation, joking that he’s now the “world’s strongest Batman.”
Although the exact details of the injury remain unclear, reports say that Robert is expected to make a full recovery in about a week. Filming is currently on a brief hiatus while he recovers, and it is expected to resume shortly.
At the end of the day, the only thing that matters is that Robert is okay, and it’s clear that he has the support of both his fans and co-stars. We wish him a speedy recovery and can’t wait to see him back on the big screen once the movie is released.