Would Batgirl Directors Work With DC Again After Their Movie Got Canceled? They Have One Request

Usually once a movie goes through principal photography, that’s the final indicator it will be released at some point, as opposed to the countless movies that go through development/preproduction, but never see the light of day. And yet, earlier this year, we got one of the exceptions to this rule, as Batgirl was canceled back in August despite having already been shot. While the public will never see the Leslie Grace-led DC movie (other than those who attended the secret screenings), its directors, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, have shared the one request they have should the opportunity to work with DC again come their way.

Batgirl was intended to be Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah’s next big movie after making a splash with 2020’s Bad Boys for Life, although in this instance, it would have been released exclusively to HBO Max subscribers rather than go to theaters. In any case, when the directing duo was asked if they would be game to collaborate with Warner Bros./DC again, they responded:

We’d love to work for a DC project in the future but the one request is that the movie comes out. That’s the only request.

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