One of the biggest superhero cinema stories of last year was Warner Bros. Discovery's unceromonious scrapping of an entire seemingly finished movie - Batgirl. Though the movie cost $90 million dollars and was in post-production and test screenings too - Batgirl was essentially disappeared from the cinematic release schedule, and all other potential distribution plans as well.
Around that time, we heard from the directors of the film Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who shared that they were "shocked and saddened" by the cancellation, and from Batgirl actor Brendan Fraser, who shared with Popverse that star Leslie Grace “gave a great performance." Now, we're hearing from Batgirl's composer, Natalie Holt, in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Holt told THR, “I just haven’t listened back to it. So many things happened last year, and I needed a bit of time. I had some time this summer to reflect on where I want to go and also process the experiences I’ve been through creatively.” Holt continued, “I’ve just put it away and it feels sad. I was really fond of that project. So it’s just sad, and I also really wanted to do a film. I haven’t really had a big film to work on yet, so hopefully that day will come soon.”