The DC Extended Universe is supposed to enter a new phase following The Flash, which will allegedly strike the reset button on the divisive franchise, as has been speculated for quite some time. As Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill leave the DC Extended Universe for forever, Batgirl and Superman will take their place as the new leaders of the Justice League, according to insider claims. Nothing has, however, been formally verified as of yet.
Speaking of Barbara Gordon, it looks that the anticipated movie about one of Batman’s most dependable allies has been postponed even though filming was completed earlier this year.
It is reported that Batgirl‘s publication date has been moved to 2023. The project will officially get a theatrical release next year, according to a release timetable Warner Bros. gave to the UK press. The precise date was not stated, though.
It’s important to remember that prior reports suggested that the DCEU movie, which was initially scheduled to premiere exclusively on HBO Max, would have a revised distribution plan in accordance with a WB instructions.
However, the thought of Batgirl entering theaters sounds fantastic, and if WB and DC Films are genuinely serious to reestablishing their failing world, they need to make this project a massive thing. We have yet to clarify whether the aforementioned listing is exclusively meant for the UK. The only option is a theatrical release, of course.
We’ll keep you informed of any changes to the release date for Batgirl.