$100 million Batgirl movie reportedly scrapped after disastrous test screenings

UPDATE: A new report from Variety (opens in new tab) That the decision to shelve Batgirl may have been made due to suggests tax purposes rather than the alleged poor quality of the film. It’s said that Batgirl did not fit the studio’s new strategy regarding superhero tentpole films, feeling “neither big enough to feel worthy of a major theatrical release nor small enough to make economic sense in an increasingly cutthroat streaming landscape.” We will keep you updated as this story progresses. Original article continues below.

Exactly how bad does a blockbuster superhero (that’s already in post-production) have to be for its studio to permanently shelve it? When it comes to DC’s Batgirl, we’ll never know because Warner Bros. Discovery has decided never to release it, according to an exclusive report by the New York Post (opens in new tab).

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