Batgirl actress releases statement after Warner Bros. shelves movie

Leslie Grace is speaking out after the announcement that HBO Max’s Batgirl will no longer get a release.

Warner Bros. announced that it would not be releasing the upcoming film in theaters or on streaming despite the movie being fully shot and in pre-production.

The actress took to Instagram to share her thoughts.


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Batgirl directors ‘Saddened and Shocked’ after Warner Bros. shelves movie

Batgirl directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are in shock over the abrupt axing of their comic book DCEU movie.

Warner Bros. announced that it would not be releasing the upcoming film in theaters or on streaming despite the movie being fully shot and in pre-production.

The directors took to Instagram to share an official statement.


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Warner Bros. issues official statement on Batgirl cancellation

Warner Bros. has issued an official statement on the cancelation of Batgirl, which has been scrapped despite having already completed filming.

The DCEU movie was set to star In the Heights actor Leslie Grace as the titular hero, with Michael Keaton reprising his Batman role.

Batgirl wasn’t the only film on the chopping block, either, with Scoob! sequel  Scoob! Holiday Haunt also canceled entirely.


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‘Velma’ adult-orientated animated Scooby Doo spin-off coming to HBO Max

HBO Max has today announced several new adult-orientated animated shows. The WarnerMedia-backed streamer has handed out a two-season pickup to a Clone High update as well as straight-to-series orders for a Scooby-Doo origin story about Velma from exec producer (and voice star) Mindy Kaling and a workplace entry featuring Pete Davidson.

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