Leslie Grace: Batgirl says goodbye to "Batgirl"

Leslie Grace (27) also officially says goodbye to "Batgirl": After the finished film was canceled by Warner Bros.

Leslie Grace: Batgirl says goodbye to "Batgirl"

Leslie Grace (27) also officially says goodbye to "Batgirl": After the finished film was canceled by Warner Bros., the actress who played the lead role now posted a statement on Instagram.

In the photos and videos, she can be seen during filming, in costume and behind the scenes. In the caption, she expresses her gratitude for the experience. She is proud of the love, hard work and intention that went into the film over seven months. "I feel blessed to have worked with absolute greats and made lifelong relationships in the process," said the actress. She then thanks all Batgirl fans "for the love and faith" that made it possible for her to be "her own fucking hero". She concludes by saying: "

Grace's departure from the project sounds a lot more forgiving than the directors' official statement. Adil El Arbi (34) and Bilall Fallah (36), who are known for "Bad Boys for Life" and "Ms. Marvel", among other things, were "sad and shocked" about the surprising end in their statement. "We still can't believe it," the two write. For them as directors it is important that their work is shown to the public.

It had previously become known that Warner Bros. would not like to show "Batgirl" either in the cinema or via the HBO Max streaming service, as reported by the industry magazine "Variety". According to insiders, the decision was not based on the quality of the material, which was already completely wrapped and is said to have cost a good 90 million US dollars. Instead, the company management wants to focus more on real cinema blockbusters again - and "Batgirl" was intended for the streaming market.

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