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Batgirl actor calls Warner Bros. boss a ‘jerk’ after cancellation

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Bat girl was about to expand the DC Extended Universe by adding another heroine to the mix, but in a surprising move, Warner Bros. Discovery canceled the film’s release. The studio’s cancellation made headlines, drawing strong reactions from fans and even MCU filmmakers and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

Warner Bros. Discovery shared in an official statement that the decision to cancel Bat girl “reflects [their] strategic leadership change and it was “It is not a reflection of [Leslie Grace’s] performance.” Additionally, a report also revealed that the studio felt the film was “neither big enough to feel worthy of a big theatrical release nor small enough to make economic sense.”

Bat girl directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah had already broken their silence on the film’s cancellation, admitting that they were saddened and shocked” By News Now, another cast member has shared strong words about this development, directed at Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav.

The Batgirl actor reveals his disappointment with the CEO of Warner Bros.

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Eric Kohn’s IndieWire column on Bat girlThe cancellation of garnered a lot of convincing responses, and one of them came from an actor who was involved in the DC movie.

An unnamed actor who appeared in a minor role in Batgirl expressed his sincere feelings toward Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav on the film’s cancellation, describing the top executive as a “fool” while saying that his “cowardice is awesome.”

In his statement, the actor also mentioned that the situation was a “all a nightmare” sharing what it was “insulted” for what he went through and felt terrible for directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah and lead star Leslie Grace.

Furthermore, the actor also revealed that filming during the cold weather in Glasgow combined with the pandemic was a “huge and rewarding challenge:”

“I felt a considerable amount of comfort (and honest sadness) reading your excellent article and examining this entire nightmare. The multiple routes of transmission and their vague assurances seem anything but certain. I am deeply offended by what has happened and I am sorry. terrible for the directors and Leslie Grace, who were wonderful to work with, as well as all the technicians. It was a huge challenge and rewarding to make this film during Covid, and during the cold weather in Glasgow. None of these things matter to a jerk like [Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav]. His cowardice is impressive. I’m glad I was able to participate and I wish the best for everyone involved, except for the Warner Brothers costumes. But they all get replaced sooner rather than later.”

What’s next for Batgirl?

Although he only played a minor role in the film, the anonymous actor’s feeling towards Bat girlThe cancellation of is understandable and valid, considering the hard work put in by his fellow cast members and crew members.

While many would agree that calling the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery a “fool” was out of character, some would say that the actor’s passion for the project could be the reason behind his strong words.

Bat girlThe cancellation set off a ripple effect that spelled bad news for some of DC’s ongoing projects, and it’s reasonable to assume that the unnamed actor is just one of many behind-the-scenes people disappointed with the studio’s recent decisions. For example, DC Films president Walter Hamada nearly walked out of the studio due to the movie’s cancellation, and this strong reaction from the top exec could have acted as a beacon for others (like this unnamed actor) to voice their honest opinions. about the movement. .

Although it seems that there is no possibility that Bat girl Due to be released in any form any time soon, a new report indicated that Leslie Grace could yet return as Gotham’s hero in a future DC project. This promising development is a silver lining for both the actress and the character, and could even pave the way for another solo project involving Batgirl to be released after her live-action appearance.

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