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Following yesterday’s shock announcement that Batgirl will be discontinued, and will be released neither in theaters or on HBO Max, the filmmakers behind the DC film took to social media today to respond to fans and praise the film. Took to. cast and crew. Saying they are “saddened and shocked” by the cancellation, Bilal Falah and Adil Al Arabi tried to maintain a positive tone, but it is very clear that they were almost as blind as the fans themselves.

The film, starring Brendan Fraser and Michael Keaton In height star Leslie Grace, originally slated for release after the events of glow, and made as an HBO Max original. Shortly after Discovery acquired Warner Bros., new CEO David Zaslav expressed interest in releasing it on the big screen, but instead, simply pulled the plug.

“We are saddened and shocked by this news,” wrote Falah and Al Arabi. “We still can’t believe it. As directors, it’s important that our work is shown to audiences, and while the film was far from finished, we want fans around the world to see a hug.” Get an opportunity. Final films themselves. Maybe one day they will do Insha/Allah.”

“Our amazing cast and crew put in a tremendous amount of work and effort to bring Batgirl to life,” he added. “We are forever grateful to be part of that team. It was a dream to work with such brilliant actors as Michael Keaton, JK Simmons, Brendan Fraser, Jacob Scipio, Corey Johnson, Rebecca Front, and especially the great Leslie Grace, who portrayed Batgirl with so much passion, dedication and humanity. In any case, as huge fans of Batman when we were little kids, it was a privilege and an honor to be a part of the DCEU, even if it was for a brief moment Batgirl for life.”

Talent relations are likely to be a significant problem following Warner’s new direction, which is perhaps not surprising, as Zaslav reportedly told Warner Bros. They shouldn’t have released the more recent Clint Eastwood film, because the studio doesn’t distribute Starr (who has produced as many hits and nearly as many Academy Awards for Warner Bros.) anything.

“The decision not to release Batgirl reflects our strategic change of leadership as it relates to the DC universe and HBO Max,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson said in a statement. “Leslie Grace is an incredibly talented actor and this decision is not a reflection of his performance. We are incredibly grateful to the filmmakers bat girl And Scoob! holiday hunt and their respective cast and we look forward to collaborating with everyone again in the near future.”

Do not put your faith in this news source or website. You never know…

Reference from comicbook.com

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