Movie cancellations are nothing new in Hollywood.
But a movie being put on hold after grossing $90 million? It’s not that common.
It appears to be the fate of Warner Bros. bat girl The film, however, with the news that it would not be released despite being in post-production New York Post before trades Diversity That’s confirmed — and now, Batgirl herself Leslie Grace has responded to stories on Instagram.
See also: Warner Bros.’ cancellation of ‘Batgirl’ doesn’t mean the Snyderverse is coming back
“On the heels of recent news about our film bat girlI am so proud of the love, hard work and intention of all our incredible cast and tireless crew on this film for over seven months in Scotland,” she captioned her post.
“I feel blessed to have worked in the process amidst the perfect great and forged relationships for a lifetime! To every Batgirl fan – thank you for the love and trust, allowing me to take the cape and become, as it were, Babs said it best, ‘My own hero!’”
Grace also shared images of herself in costume as well as a video of herself getting ready to sing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” and an amusing clip of her and her co-stars singing Nelly Furtado’s “Promiscuous” Of.
grace is not bat girl Star for posting after news, either. Ivory Aquino, who was set to play Alicia Yeoh in the film, shared some visual clips of herself and Grace performing karaoke, titled “My #batgirl and karaoke family for life.”
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So what does cancellation mean for DC? Well, not a return to the Snyderverse, but the potential for confusion over the best way to handle the franchise is high.
Update: August 4, 2022, 2:53 PM GMT “Batgirl” directors Adil El Arabi and Bilal Falah released the following statement on Instagram, saying they were “saddened and shocked” by the news.