Six months after saying only a few words about shelving Batgirl, Leslie Grace elaborates on Warner Bros.
Discovery's decision — as well as recently suggested that the standalone superhero movie "hurts" to a
degree "not trustworthy." Will be who are involved in making it.
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as reported last summer, was done filming but was waiting to incorporate visual effects.
Originally developed as an HBO Max exclusive, the DC film instead ended up with no sort of showcase when Warner Bros.
Discovery turned away from direct-to-HBO Max movie releases and stuck to a theater-only model.
Went. As such, WBD decided to "disappear" the $90 million film and use it as a tax write-off as the company labors to pay off billions in debt. Peter Safran,
who along with producing partner/filmmaker James Gunn is the new head of DC Studios (FKA DC Films),
recently weighed in on WBD CEO David Zaslav's decision to shelve Batgirl, saying,