Batgirl Actor Explodes WB CEO: ‘His Cowardice Is Breathtaking’

An unnamed Batgirl actor has landed at Warner Bros. Discovery. The actor, who worked on the now-cancelled Batgirl movie, has a few word choices for Warner Bros. CEO David Zaslav. Discovery.

“None of these things matter to an imbecile like” [WB Discovery CEO David Zaslav]’ they told IndieWire. “His cowardice is breathtaking. I’m glad I got to participate and I wish everyone involved the best – except the suits at Warner Brothers. But they will all be replaced sooner or later.”

The anonymous actor also praised star Leslie Grace, who was recently tipped for a new Warner Bros. Discovery project in which Batgirl may even return.

“I am very offended by what has happened and feel terrible for the directors and Leslie Grace, who were all wonderful to work with, as well as all the technicians,” said the unknown actor. “It was a huge, rewarding challenge to make this film during Covid and during the cold weather in Glasgow.”

In addition to Batgirl’s fellow actors coming out in the studio, it was also reported that WB chief Walter Hamada nearly quit his job due to the film’s cancellation.

Zaslav has since defended his decision to make the upcoming superhero movie.

“We’re not going to release a movie until it’s ready,” he said. “We’re not going to release a movie to make a quarter, we’re not going to release a movie — the focus will be on how we can make each of these movies the best we can in general. But DC is something we think we can do.” better, and that’s what we’re focused on right now.”

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After canceling Batgirl, Warner Bros. Discovery proposes a new ten-year plan for its DC film slate, attempting to emulate the success of Marvel Studios with a more structured, stage-like approach.

Whether this pays off remains to be seen. But right now, the studio is still looking for its own Kevin Feige… and still hasn’t found them.

Want to read more about Batgirl? Check out our rundown of why Batgirl was canceled, not to mention what other DC properties could be affected.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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