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Directing duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah recounted how they learned the shocking and painful news in a video posted to their Instagram accounts Wednesday afternoon.

Shocking And Painful News

Discovery undergoes a vast corporate restructuring. By canceling and shelving the film, the conglomerate can write it off as a loss and lower its tax burden while focusing on its sky-high debt.

Canceling And Shelving Film

Shot entirely in Glasgow, to the chagrin of some local businesses, the film was also expected to serve as a star vehicle for singer Leslie Grace, who appeared in the pandemic-delayed musical In the Heights to positive reviews.

Positive Reviews

In Wednesday's video, Fallah stops to acknowledge the terrible timing: Congratulations, brother, he tells his creative partner. J-LO Announced Her Words On.

The Terrible Time

The duo was still putting the finishing touches on the superhero flick, adding that they were missing all the visual effects and hadn't yet completed the necessary re-shoots.

Finishing Touch

The film was conceived as a direct-to-streaming movie, meaning the production was far less flashy, though not much less expensive, than a theatrical film.

Direct Streaming Film

It’s the final fuck you to Jason Kilar. Earlier this month, a source told The Daily Beast that this is not about art and financial engineering. It's not a $90 million movie, and it's $60 to $70 million, disputing the reports about the movie's total cost.

Total Cost

On the heels of the recent news about our movie 'Batgirl,' I am proud of the love, hard work, and intention our incredible cast and tireless crew put into this film over seven months in Scotland.

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