Robert Pattinson may be the star of The Batman now, but not too long ago, Ben Affleck was set to direct his own Batman movie
After the success of Wonder Woman, WB had decided to look more into the woman-led superhero films, putting movies like Batgirl and Supergirl into development. Christina Hodson (Bumblebee) has been hired to work on Barbara Gordon’s story, and she gives us a small update on her movie.
Besides Shazam!, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Bros is already working to pump out the all-woman DCEU team-up film, Birds of Prey. Now we
Fan rejoiced when they heard that Joss Whedon was moving over to the DCEU to direct Batgirl, but after a series of events (and one terrible Justice League movie), fans saw Whedon resigning from the job this year.
DCEU’s Batgirl movie made headlines when it was revealed that Joss Whedon would direct it, and it made headlines again when he left the project. The movie was said to be in the backburner for the DCEU, but now we have news that the film has found a new screenwriter.
Joss Whedon had left the Batgirl project after admitting that he couldn’t find the right story for the character, and now comic writer Gail Simone has opened up online that she has the perfect story for the Batgirl movie.
Batgirl was supposed to be the next female superhero-lead movie after Wonder Woman, but it looks like the film will have to take a backseat for a while. Attached director Joss Whedon has left the project, and WB is currently looking for a woman to replace him.
We reported last week that Lindsey Lohan has been throwing herself out there for a role as Batgirl and what we thought was maybe a joke seems to be serious since she keeps promoting the idea herself. Her last movie project, The Canyons, premiered in 2013 – almost five years ago.
With fans wanting the likes of Emma Stone or Anna Kendrick for the part, Mean Girls’ Lindsay Lohan has started campaigning for the role of Batgirl/Barbara Gordon.
Tips to help Barbara Gordon shine on the big screen.
How early should Batgirl’s film release be expected?
With Wonder Woman’s success in mind, will WB shift gears?
Looking for someone who’s “just right.”
“We want to see a Joss Whedon Batgirl film be awesome.”
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