Warner Bros. Discovery has been making a wealth of weird selections of late in an try to chop prices.
The newest of which is the cancellation of its $70 million+ film, Batgirl.
The flick was initially ordered for HBO Max, with latest stories suggesting it may play in theaters.
The New York Post broke the information.
However, as we speak’s resolution signifies that the media conglomerate will successfully write off the film as a foul enterprise resolution, and it’ll very seemingly by no means see the sunshine of day.
No motive has been given for the choice, however there are rumblings that the testing didn’t give Warner Bros. Discovery hope that the film can be a hit.
“They think an unspeakable ‘Batgirl’ is going to be irredeemable,” a supply advised the outlet.
Leslie Grace was set to tackle the title function of Barbara Gordon, Batgirl within the film, and would have starred alongside J. Ok. Simmons, Jacob Scipio, Brendan Fraser, and Michael Keaton.
Filming passed off in Glasgow, Scotland between November 2021 and March 2022.
The film was nicely into post-production on the time of the choice.
Unfortunately, no particulars had been launched concerning the plot, or any footage.
The closest we received to Batgirl content material was a photograph of Grace suited up because the superhero.
The resolution is undoubtedly a shocker, particularly when you think about that filming was full.
Also canceled is the forthcoming Scoob! sequel, Scoob!: Holiday Haunt.
Warner Bros. Discovery has been making some massive selections of late in an try and curb prices.
Pretty a lot all the roster of cable channels TBS and TNT have been scrapped, with a number of the reveals with full seasons not seeing the sunshine of day.
Chad confronted quite a few delays and was canceled on the day it was supposed to premiere its second season.
There are a whole lot of massive adjustments on the horizon, and we should always in all probability put together to lose extra tasks.
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