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Leslie Grace Shows Off Behind-The-Scenes Footage From Warner Bros. Scrapped Film, 'Batgirl'


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Actress Leslie Grace posted a 15-second video of behind-the-scenes footage from the scrapped film Batgirl.  Grace starred as the title character alongside co-stars including Michael Keaton and Brendan Fraser.

Warner Bros. shelved the film last month, with a cost of between $70 and $100 million loss and deemed "irredeemable" by test screen audiences.  The studio claimed the film would never be seen.



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I heard one of the agreements for the tax write off is that WB is not allowed to profit from the movie in any way which means the can do what they did with the Snyder cut, so if the movie is "accidentally" released online to the profit of absolutely no one, that's a win - win scenario for the company and the fans. 

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