Batgirl directors have a sad experience watching The Flash

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Batgirl directors Adil El Abri and Bilall Fallah say that watching The Flash was a sad experience after their film was canceled.

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In another world, the Stick girl the film would be released after that The Flash, but as we know, Warner Bros put Barbara Gordon on the shelf, never to be seen again. For directors Adil El Abri and Bilall Fallah, watching The Flash it was a bittersweet experience.

We saw it and we were sad,” Adil El Abri told Insider. “We love the director Andy Muschietti and his sister Barbara, who produced the film. But when we looked at it, we felt like we could be part of the whole thing.“He continued,”We didn’t get a chance to present ‘Batgirl’ to the world and let the audience judge for themselves. Because the audience is really our ultimate boss and they should be the decision makers if something is good or bad, or if something should be seen or not.

Adil added that Stick girl there were “very different from The Flash. That has a big fantasy component, ours was more basic. More like Tim Burton’s Gotham City.” Billall Fallah said that showing their vision of Michael Keaton’s Batman was not”the biggest disappointment of our careers. As a fan, just to be in the presence of Keaton as Batman, that’s just a privilege and an honor. But it’s a bittersweet feeling.“Despite their experience with Stick girl, the directors would still like to return to the DC Universe one day. “There is still a sense of unfinished business,” said Bill.

When James Gunn and Peter Safran took over DC Studios, some fans hoped they would be able to release the film, but Safran has said he agreed with David Zaslav’s decision. . “I saw the film, and there are a lot of very talented people in front of and behind the camera on that film. But that movie was not released, and it happens sometimes,” Safran said. “That film was not released. I really think so [president and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery David] Zaslav and the team made a very bold and courageous decision to cancel it because it would have hurt DC. It would have hurt the people involved.” Leslie Grace, who starred in it Stick girlquickly to reject that claim.

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