Warner Bros. Discovery is taking DC in a different direction, and isn’t involved in that pivot bat girl, Earlier this week there were reports that Bilal Falah and Adil Al Arabi bat girl Even though the production of the film is complete, it will be scrapped. Reasons for this include WB Discovery looking to save tax dollars as well as the film does not fit the standards set for theatrical or streaming release. Clearly, bat girl Too small for a theater, but too big for HBO Max. On top of that, WB Discovery is eyeing a course correction for DC, which includes what Marvel president Kevin Feige calls a “10-year plan” with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While unconfirmed, that next decade looks like a hard reset, and with it bat girl Including Michael Keaton’s Batman (flamboyant) and JK Simmons’ Commissioner Gordon (Justice League), it appears that the story of the Leslie Grace-led film will be headed its way.
Despite the logic, the move to cancel a completely finished film devastated both fans and talent alike. Feige above, who worked with Falah and El Arabi Ms. MarvelHit up the directorial duo to share your best wishes.
“My friends, I had to reach out and tell you we’re all thinking of you two,” Feige wrote in an email to the two. “Great news about the wedding (congrats!) and the depressing news about Batgirl. So proud of you guys for all the wonderful work you all do and especially Ms. Marvel. Of course! Can’t wait to see it What’s next for you. Hope to see you soon.”
Feige isn’t the only manufacturer to extend its support. While their messages were not shared publicly, both James Gunn (suicide squad, peacemaker) and Edgar Wright (baby driver, last night in soho) helped comfort Falah and Al Arabi during this time.
“Thank you for all the messages of support around the world,” El Arbi wrote on Instagram. “Shoutout Directors Edgar Wright and James Gunn, your kind words and experiences mean a lot and help us through this difficult time.”
Gunn has seen unprecedented success in his years on comic book films, delivering a critically acclaimed ensemble cast within both the Marvel and DC Universes, not unlike how Fallah and El Arbi were set on projects in both worlds. Wright Has His Fingerprints on a Comic Book Movie, 2015 ant Man, but cannot claim that the film is entirely his. This is because despite developing a ant Man Feature film at Marvel Studios for years, Wright eventually left the project before filming began due to creative differences.
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