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Batgirl movie would have hurt the DC brand, says Peter Safran

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DC Studios co-chairman and CEO Peter Safran said the Batgirl movie could not be released, which would hurt DC’s brand.

we all know the story bat girl movie at this point. The DC movie starred Leslie Grace as Barbara Gordon, better known as Batgirl, but Warner Bros. Discovery shelving The move was said to take advantage of tax cuts, but it’s also possible the film wasn’t all that good. DC press event, Peter Safran at DC Studios commented upon bat girlsaid the studio made the right choice to remove the film because it could hurt the DC brand.

I saw that movie and there are so many incredibly talented people in front of and behind the camera in that movie. However, the film could not be released.Peter Saffron said. “The film could not be released.I actually think so [president and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery David] Zaslav and team made a very bold and courageous decision to cancel because it could hurt DC. would hurt the people involved.Saffron added that Batgirl will inevitably be included in new plans for the DC Universe.

Peter Safran also bat girl Directors Adil El Arbi and Bilal Fallah, as well as others involved with the film, intend to collaborate on future DC projects.Spoke to Adil [El Arbi] and Bilal [Fallah] — Director — We were chatting last week. We want to do business with all these people.said Saffron. “Written by Christina Hodson. Some have already resumed business with us. Like I said, there were a lot of talented people involved, but the film never got out. It was made for small screens. Again, I don’t think it was an easy decision, but they made the right decision by shelving it.

In addition to Leslie Grace as Barbara Gordon, bat girl Simmons as Commissioner James Gordon, Brendan Fraser as Ted Carson/Firefly, Jacob Scipio as Anthony Blessi, Ivory Aquino as Alicia Yoo and Michael as Bruce Wayne/Batman. Keaton made an appearance. This movie he developed for HBO Max, theatrical release before the studio decided to shove it into the vault.

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