Leslie Grace opens up concerning the sudden cancellation of her Batgirl film

Leslie Grace

Leslie Grace
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Among the hundreds of people affected by Warner Bros. Discovery’s shocking decision cancel HBO Max’s Bat girl yesterday movie (even as reported 90 percent of the way to completion)Obviously, few are as important as star Leslie Grace. Singer and songwriter Grace, who in 2021 played one of the leading roles in Warner’s. In the heights– after all, he spent a lot months of your life right now get a fake spandex beating in scotland for the film, which was slated to air on HBO Max after initial production wraps in 2022. March. As a result, observers were very interested in what she had to say about the parent company’s decision to shelve the film indefinitely.

But Grace took the high road tonight, after posting a message on Instagram this evening. it only focused on the people it created Bat girl with, not the less-than-appreciative bosses they technically made the movie for:

Querida familia! Following the recent news about our Batgirl film, I am proud of the love, hard work and intention that all of our incredible cast and tireless crew have put into this film over the course of 7 months in Scotland. I feel blessed to have worked among and formed relationships with absolute greats all my life! To every Batgirl fan out there, THANK YOU for the love and faith that allows you to put on the cape and be, as Babs said best, “your own damn hero!”

Grace accompanied her post with a series of photos and videos from the film’s production in Scotland, including videos of her serenading the camera in costume, working with the cameraman and singing with her cast. It’s all very positive and very easy about “screw it, Warner Bros.” Discovery President David Zaslav.” Grace’s post comes not long after the film’s director, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Falla, made their statements on social networks about the cancellation, describing themselves as “sad and shocked by this news.’

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