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Kevin Smith Says It’s ‘Bad Look’ To Cancel ‘Latina Batgirl’ – Deadline

Kevin Smith Says It's 'Bad Look' To Cancel 'Latina Batgirl' - Deadline

Kevin Smith It influenced the discovery of Warner Bros Cancellation bat girl Movie Starring Leslie Grace. The move by the behemoth sent shockwaves through the industry, and Smith, a fan of comic writers and writers, shared his thoughts on his YouTube series. Hollywood Babylon On.

“It’s a very bad look to have to cancel Latina Batgirl,” Smith said in the video. “I don’t give a **if the movie ever** – I guarantee you it wasn’t. The two directors who directed this movie made two episodes of Mrs. Marvelland it was a great show and they had more money to do bat girl Than they had to do an episode of Mrs. Marvell and stuff.”

When Press for answers on why the DC movie was canceled, CEO of Warner Bros. Discover David Zaslav, “We won’t release a movie until it’s ready.”

Zaslav has not commented directly on bat girl But he did provide insight into their plan for DC movies in the coming years adding, “Our ambition is to put the Warners back in time and produce great, high-quality films. We can build a sustainable, long-term growth business outside of DC. We don’t release a movie before it’s ready.”

After the news that bat girl will be put on the shelf, Movie star moved to Instagram To express her gratitude for her attachment to the film.

“Querida Familia!” In the wake of the recent news about our Batgirl movie, I am proud of the love, hard work and intent that all the amazing cast and hardworking crew put into this movie over the course of 7 months in Scotland. I feel so lucky to have worked among the absolute greats and have had lifelong relationships in the process! To every Batgirl fan – Thank you for the love and faith, allowing me to put on the cloak and become, as Babs best said, “my damn hero!” Batgirl for life! Leslie Grace wrote.

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