'Batgirl' Film Axed by Warner Bros., Won't Be Released on Any Platform

"Batgirl," the component film transformation of the DC Comics character, has been killed at Warner Bros., Variety has affirmed.

It won't debut on any stage at the studio — neither dramatically nor on HBO Max.

The creation — featuring Leslie Grace as Barbara Gordon (also known as Batgirl) and coordinated by "Awful Boys forever"

also "Ms. Wonder" movie producers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah — was greenlit in 2021 as a component of a broad

exertion at Warner Bros to make include films explicitly for HBO Max.

Yet, the new corporate system at Warner Bros.

Revelation has turned the organization's needs back to dramatic elements, leaving "Batgirl" without a legitimate home.

Additionally in peril, "Scoob!: Holiday Haunt,"

a followup to the 2020 film "Scoob!," has been retired by the studio.