Bad news for fans of the DC Extended Universe! And it is that Warner Bros. canceled the tape batgirla film that was only planned to be released in hbo maxand that the production company finally changed its mind regarding its premiere.
The film was to feature the actress Leslie Grace as Barbara Gordon, daughter of James Gordon, who is better known in the comics universe as ‘Batgirl’ or ‘Batichica’ in some of the Spanish adaptations for Latin America. In addition, she had a luxury cast, because she had JK Simmons as Commissioner Jim Gordon, and Michael Keaton back as Batman; likewise, Brendan Fraser was the villain Firefly.
Variety confirmed that the film was completely archived, and that it will not be released through the HBO Max platform, or in theaters, or in any medium, and for the moment it is on indefinite pause. According to the portal, the decision to archive the project comes after the company decided to focus on major film releases, leaving batgirl aside.
The decision surprises many, but they insist that they want to focus on creating world premieres that can be seen in theaters, and not in homes as is the case with HBO Max. Also, this would imply throwing away a budget of almost 90 million dollars to the DC studios, and for now they would rule out any opportunity to return the investment of the project that was in post-production.
On the other hand, they also announced that the film is canceled Scoob!: Holiday Hauntingwhich was a sequel to the 2020 filmScooby!, a new adaptation of the classic cartoon of Scooby Doo. Interestingly, in December 2021 a preview of the tape had been presented that had cost 40 million dollars.
For now, the Warner studios will continue to think about what to do with their productions. They had already announced the delay of practically all their DC Universe movies, and now the subject of Flasha film that is planned to be released in theaters but that causes a stir due to the multiple accusations and arrests of Ezra Miller.
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