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'Batgirl' star Leslie Grace responds to canceled movie on Instagram

‘Batgirl’ star Leslie Grace responds to canceled movie on Instagram

Movies being canceled is nothing new in Hollywood.

But the movie is being delayed after it has already been produced $90 million? This is not very common.

This appears to be the fate of Warner Bros. bat girl A movie, despite news that it won’t be released despite already being in post-production broken by New York Post Before deals like diverse confirmed it – And now, Batgirl herself, Leslie Grace, has responded to stories on Instagram.

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Following the recent news about our film bat girlI am proud of the love, hard work and intent that all the amazing cast and tireless crew put into this film over the course of seven months in Scotland.” She suspended her post.

“I feel so fortunate to have worked among the absolute greats and forged lifelong relationships in the process! To every Batgirl fan – thank you for the love and faith, allowing me to wear the abaya and become, as Babs best said, a special hero!” “

Grace also shared photos of her wearing the costumes, as well as a video of her getting ready while singing Whitney Houston’s song “I Will Always Love You,” and an entertainment clip of her and her co-stars singing “Promiscuous” by Nelly Furtado.

Grace is not the only one bat girl Star for posting Follow the news too. Ivory Aquino who was set to play Alysia Yeoh in the movie, Share some behind the scenes clips Her and Grace doing karaoke with the caption “my #batgirl and karaoke fam for life.”

What does the abolition of the capital mean? we will, No return to Sniderversebut it will likely be years of confusion about how best to approach franchising.

Update: August 4, 2022, 2:53 PM GMT Batgirl directors Adel El-Araby and Bilal Falah issued the following statement on Instagram, saying that the news was “sad and shocked”.

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