The Warner Bros. Batgirl movie may be a fallen hero by now, but rest assured he won’t be forgotten. Superhero film co-director Adil El Arbi revealed on Instagram that some very famous names in Hollywood have joined the team after Warner Bros. Backed up. The superhero himself, Kevin Feige.

“My friends, I had to reach out and tell you we’re all thinking of you two,” Feige wrote in an email sent to Arabi and Batgirl co-director Bilal Falah. “Great news about the wedding (congratulations!) and the depressing news about Batgirl. So proud of you guys for all the amazing work you’ve done and especially Ms. Marvel! See what’s next for you guys Can’t wait to see you.”

Along with Feige, Arby posted an Instagram story that recognized Last Night in Soho’s Edgar Wright and The Suicide Squad’s James Gunn for their “kind words and experience.”

“Thank you for all the messages of support around the world,” Arby wrote on Instagram. “Shoutout Directors Edgar Wright and James Gunn, your kind words and experiences mean a lot and help us through this difficult time.”

Prior to the Instagram post, the film’s filmmakers issued a statement on Warner Bros.’ decision not to release the film, saying they were “saddened and shocked” by the news. In a shared post, Arbi and Falah wrote, “We still can’t believe it.” “As directors, it is important that our work is shown to audiences, and while the film was far from finished, we want fans around the world to have the opportunity to see and embrace the final film. Maybe a Day they will inshallah.”

Before joining Batgirl together, the two directors spent time working on two episodes of the MCU series Ms. Marvel. Arby and Fallah previously collaborated on 2020’s Bad Boys for Life, along with directing the pilot and the second episode of Snowfall.

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