Director Kevin Smith is a big fan of comic book content, which he often discusses in his movies and television shows. In this week’s news, Warner Bros. Several changes have been made to HBO Max by Discovery to reduce costs, including removing and cutting projects.
A big surprise was the company’s decision to scrap the Batgirl film despite having already finished filming. Featuring his take on the Batgirl news, Smith recently shared the latest Hollywood Babble-On episode on his YouTube page.
A Latina Batgirl movie being canceled is an incredibly bad look, Smith said. I don’t care if it’s a terrible movie or not, man, I assure you that it was not. The two directors who directed it also directed a couple of episodes of Ms. Marvel, and it was marvelous.
Young looking and they had more money to spend on Batgirl than on an episode of Ms. Marvel.”In addition, Smith said, “I also love all the CW shows, and the CW shows to display their budgetary constraints, and the big complaint was that it isn’t big enough for a theatrical release, so…I thought it looked cheap because it was a 90 million dollar film.
How do you make a cheap-looking 90-million-dollar film? If it had been even slightly better than an episode of f*cking Arrow, why couldn’t we have seen that? “I don’t know, I don’t know, but it feels like there’s more than just ‘We’re gonna save 20 million dollars.’
“Batgirl star Leslie Grace broke her silence about the bad news this week. As we celebrate the news about Batgirl, I want to express my gratitude to all of our incredible cast members and tireless crew for their dedication, hard work, and commitment.
As we celebrate the news about Batgirl, I want to express my gratitude to all of our incredible cast members and tireless crew for their dedication, hard work, and commitments, ‘my damn hero!’ Batgirl for life!”Smith shared an exclusive five-minute preview of Clerks III at San Diego Comic-Con last month.
In addition to Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson, Trevor Fehrman, and Jason Mewes are returning. The trailer featured a few exciting cameos including a glimpse of Smith’s longtime collaborator, Ben Affleck.
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