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Leslie Grace shares a photo of her final Batgirl costume

Leslie Grace shares a photo of her final Batgirl costume

Leslie Grace shares a photo of her final Batgirl costume

Leslie Grace shares a photo of her final Batgirl costume

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  • Leslie Grace’s Batgirl movie was cancelled by Warner Bros. Discovery.
  • The actress has revealed a picture of her final costume for the film.
  • It appears to have been inspired by the earlier Batman designs.
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Leslie Grace, who was slated to play the title role of the Caped Crusader, has already revealed a picture of Batgirl’s final outfit for the cancelled movie.

The forthcoming movie Batgirl was cancelled by Warner Bros. Discovery, shocking the entertainment industry despite the fact that filming had already ended.

Grace reflected on her 2022 in a video on Instagram. While many of the memories were times spent with family and friends, there were also several behind-the-scenes glimpses from what appeared to be the filming of Batgirl.

One of these depicted Grace sitting in what appeared to be her trailer while dressed as Batgirl in full. While Warner Bros. Discovery has made a photo of Grace as Batgirl on set available, the actress’s own snippet offers a more detailed look of the actual costume.

Grace’s costume appears to have been inspired by the earlier Batman designs, as opposed to the all-black themes used in more recent movies like Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy and The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson.

Michael Keaton, who was slated to reprise his role in Batgirl, wore a similar costume in the 1989 Batman movie and its sequel, Batman Returns.

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The costume features a lot of yellow, particularly on the Bat symbol and the interior of the cape. Additionally, the suit appeared to be purple, presumably as an homage to the identical Batgirl outfit from the first season of the 1960s television programme.

Grace’s Instagram post included a picture of the costume as well as some behind-the-scenes footage from Batgirl. This involves Grace posing for some publicity shots while wearing a costume, as well as some wire and stunt work that seemed related to the movie.

She once shared a picture of herself dressed as one of the antagonists from the movie with them. These tidbits gave us a fresh perspective on how Batgirl was made. “I appreciate all you taught me, 2022. You were unique in many ways that I will always remember, “Grace wrote the post’s caption. “The experiences you gave me have deepened my gratitude and passion for life. As we separate ways, I carry your lessons with me.”

Not only did the decision to cancel Batgirl surprise industry experts, but it also appeared to surprise the whole cast and crew.

Originally slated as one of the forthcoming tentpoles for Warner Bros. Discovery and DC Films, the movie was co-directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah and was going to air on HBO Max.

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Even though the $90 million project had already into post-production and filming had already concluded months earlier, the studio decided not to distribute the movie as a result of rumoured subpar test screenings and a trend toward theatrical releases among DC Films.

According to those who saw the incomplete film, Batgirl “was a tremendous disappointment and looked cheap in compared to previous flicks,” according to sources.

This, however, probably did not come as a relief to the production crew, who had spent months directing the movie. Following the announcement, Warner Bros.

Discovery did have a screening for the cast and crew, but it looks more and more probable that Grace’s video will be the only time that viewers will see Batgirl fly.

Below is a link to Grace’s complete Instagram post:

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