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The Stars Of The Canned Batgirl Flick Aren’t Coping Well With The News, According To Insiders

The cast of the live-action Batgirl movie are reportedly “humiliated” after it was announced their flick won’t be released — which they claim they didn’t even know until they saw it in the news. Yikes. ICYMI, Batgirl
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Joint statement about Batgirl‘s cancellation, released by directors Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi.
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after test audiences absolutely fkn hated it. It was rated “in the 30s” out of 100. Ouch. An inside source told  HBO had decided it was “irredeemable” and cut its losses by axing the whole movie — which cost AUD$101 million to make, by the way. But no one is more devastated by the news than the actual cast who, until the news broke on Tuesday, had no idea their movie would never see the light of day. “They had no idea the movie was being shelved,” a film industry source told . Apparently the angry actors said the whole ordeal was “humiliating” and “disappointing” — especially since they were the last to find out the tragic news. was literally still answering questions about his role as Firefly in the film at GalaxyCon on Saturday. I can’t imagine how awkward that must feel now. Was… no one going to tell them at all? Apparently so. Even the directors of the film and didn’t know their movie was canned until this week. “We are shocked and saddened by the news,” they said in a joint statement on Wednesday. “We still can’t believe it.” But wait, there’s more tea: Before was ruthlessly killed, it was going to hit the box office instead of being released on HBO Max. Apparently this wasn’t just because DC wanted that blockbuster vibe —  reported chief content officer of HBO and HBO Max “did not want [] anywhere near his streaming service”. Wow. The worst part about this whole debacle is the disappointment of fans from diverse backgrounds. The cast was lead by Afro-Latina actress  and included as transgender vigilante Alysia Yeoh. Fallah and El Arbi are Belgian directors of Morrocon descent and they’re also Muslim, so this whole project could have been a huge win for viewers looking for representation. What a fkn shame.
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