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Leslie Grace responds to ‘Batgirl’ ‘unreleasable’ claim: “The film that I got to see was incredible”

Leslie Grace has spoken at length for the first time about Batgirl‘s cancellation.The actress was due to star as the titular character Barbara Gordon in the DC film, which was shelved last year despite finishing production. It was claimed at the time that it received poor test screenings, and that the film was reportedly written off for tax purposes.Speaking to Variety about finding out about the axing, Grace revealed she learned the news when it broke in the media, recalling: “I found out like the rest of you.

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Leslie Grace 'Couldn't Resist' Sharing Behind-the-Scenes Footage From Scrapped 'Batgirl' Film
 may have been scrapped, but the DC film still lives on in the heart of star Leslie Grace.Over the weekend, the actress shared two videos on her TikTok featuring behind-the-scenes clips of her work as Barbara Gordon from the canceled DC film, with the second set to a song she'd written herself called «Batgirls Get Lonely Too.» The videos include footage of practicing her fight scenes and stunts, playback of Grace fighting Brendan Fraser's Firefly, the actress' face covered in SFX makeup bruises and goofing around on the set of the project, alongside her cast and crew.«I couldn’t resist,» she captioned the first video, soundtracked by Omar Apollo's «Evergreen (You Didn’t Deserve Me At All).» The second montage of clips featured Grace's song, which she shared she «wrote...during the pandemic… b4 I even knew ANY of this would be my life.»Grace's trek down memory lane comes a little over a month after she broke her silence about DC canceling her film. The actress took to Instagram to share her pride in the production, despite the studio's decision.She wrote, «On the heels of the recent news about our movie 'Batgirl,' I am proud of the love, hard work and intention all of our incredible cast and tireless crew put into this film over 7 months in Scotland.