Leslie Grace was ready to burst into Hollywood by bringing Barbara Gordo’s vision of Batgirl to life. For seven months the 28-year-old and a large cast moved to Scotland to shoot the film.
The film was almost finished when suddenly, Warner Bro’s canceled everything. At the time, the studios spoke out about the cancellation, and now the Bronx-born actress is telling her story.Grace revealed that she found out about the cancellation just like everyone else, on the news. “All of us (the cast) found out that this was happening through articles on the Internet.
After the news came out, the phone started ringing, and that’s when I heard it from the company, producers, directors, and my team,” she said in an interview with Raúl de Molina for El Gordo y la Flaca.Although it was a major blow to her career, Leslie wanted to make sure the people in her life knew she would be okay. “My dad, I think was more worried than I was.
The hardest part was explaining to the people who love me that I was fine and that I understood that this wasn’t something I could control,” she saidShe didn’t consider it a failure and was still appreciative of the experience. “I felt blessed to have the opportunity to be a superheroine like Batgirl.Read more on us.hola.com