The startling statement that Warner Bros. made yesterday about the cancellation of the release of Batgirl in either cinemas or on HBO Max was received with dissatisfied comments from fans of the franchise. They aren’t just upset that they won’t be able to see the movie, but they also feel sorry for the individuals who worked so hard to bring the much-loved hero to the big screen.
Batgirl directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah posted on their Instagram account their reactions to the decision a day after the cancellation. They expressed astonishment and disappointment at the studio’s decision and expressed optimism that they would still be able to bring the film to fans at some point in the future.
According to their statement, it seems that the couple was quite disheartened by the news since they had spent many years working on the picture, which will never be shown to the public. They even learned of the news while attending El Arbi’s wedding in Morocco.
Even if the setback is quite bad, we know for sure that they’ll have future chances. They are skilled filmmakers, as seen by their work in Bad Boys For Life and Ms. Marvel, and they will have a better future in the business despite this impediment.