Batgirl Standalone Movie

Great news! Recently there has been a post that there will be a Batgirl standalone movie.  It will be directed by Joss Whedon, who also directed Avengers: Age of Ultron.  The casting is not yet public, but there is a rumor that there will be a Ben Affleck Batman cameo.  This news gets me really excited because Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) hasn’t been in anything live action since 1968.  The actress who played her was Yvonne Craig.  Now the movie will be based around Barbara Gordon (the first Batgirl), and there also might be a Nightwing cameo.  The release date is not known, but since it was just announced about 5 hours ago, and they don’t even have a cast yet, the movie should come out in around a year and a half to two years.  Hopefully this movie will live up to big fan’s (like me) expectations.


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One thought on “Batgirl Standalone Movie

  1. Let’s be real. I love the majority, if not all of the animated dc films/tv series from the dcu. However, I have not been satisfied with the live action productions past the Dark Knight movie. This seems to be a product of a modernization in filmography promoting action and passion over actual substance which leads me to not entirely blame the directors and the production companies involved with dcu ventures. There is a noticeable decrease in substance from dcu productions though. While I will not presume to know the reasons for this apparent loss of substance, I would like to hear, and as an avid fan I do feel entitled to, the truth behind this deviation from what has always made, and what will hopefully continue to make, the dcu the greatest fiction stories ever told.

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