Will Smith comforts `Batgirl` directors after movie`s cancellation


Hollywood star Will Smith After the bad news of the film’s cancellation was there for the directors of ‘Batgirl’.

As reported by aceshowbiz.com, the ‘Mukti’ star approached Adil Al Arabi and Bilal Fallah, who also directed the actor in ‘Bad Boys for Life’, when they learned that Warner Bros. Discovery had put in the cost. The film has been stopped due to cut criteria, reports aceshowbiz.com.

In a new interview with Variety , El Arabi revealed how Smith offered some comfort in the wake of the film’s cancellation. “It was two days after the wedding, and Will Smith was there.”

He was like, ‘What’s going on? Oh my God,’ said the filmmaker. And he said, ‘Really, don’t worry about it. Just a suggestion. Don’t go on social media.”

Warner Bros. announced the shocking decision to cancel ‘Batgirl’ in August 2022, even though filming had already been completed. Responding to the news, Al Arabi and Fallah said in a statement that they were “saddened and shocked by the news.”

Leslie Grace, who was cast in the title role, praised the “incredible cast and tireless crew” for the “hard work and determination” they put into the film during months of shooting in Scotland. She wrote on Instagram: “I feel blessed to have worked with the absolute greatest and fake relationships of a lifetime in this process!”

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Al Arabi and Fallah have been booked for their next project. He is set to return to the helm for the fourth ‘Bad Boys’ film, which was greenlit earlier this month. Sharing the news in late January, Smith said in an Instagram video: “Yo, I got an announcement.”

The Oscar-The winning actor was spotted visiting his co-star Martin Lawrence’s house before the two had a shout-out to “Bad Boys 4 Life.” After this, both of them started arguing that the name of the third film to be released in 2020 was ‘Bad Boys for Life’.

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