4 Aug – Warner Bros recently shocked DC fans everywhere when it announced that "Batgirl" will not be released at all.
The movie, which stars "In the Heights" actress Leslie Grace, was originally greenlit in 2021 as part of the studio's effort to create feature films specifically for HBO Max.
"Batgirl" has a star-studded cast that includes J.K. Simmons playing Barbara's father, Commissioner Jim Gordon, Brendan Fraser playing the villain Firefly, and Michael Keaton reprising his role as Batman (aside from doing so in the upcoming "The Flash").
The news also has fans questioning the future of Keaton's Batman. While the actor was originally scheduled to appear in three upcoming DC movies, his scene in "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" has already been cut, "Batgirl" is not showing, while the fate of "The Flash" is still hanging by the thread that is lead star Ezra Miller's numerous controversies.