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Joss Whedon’s ‘Batgirl’ Movie Reportedly Based on DC’s New 52, Which Is Kind of a Big Deal

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by Britt Hayes March 31, 2017 @ 12:46 PM
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Just yesterday news broke that Joss Whedon is nearing a deal to write, direct and produce a solo Batgirl movie for Warner Bros. as part of the DC extended universe — great news for many reasons, and if it weren’t for Whedon’s proven track record, I’d be a lot crankier about WB choosing him instead of a woman. The biggest question, of course, is which version of Batgirl will Whedon choose to adapt? As it turns out, the obvious answer may very well be the correct one.

Joss Whedon to Direct Solo ‘Batgirl’ Movie for Warner Bros.

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by Britt Hayes March 30, 2017 @ 12:23 PM
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Hey Wonder Woman, you’ve got company — good company. Joss Whedon is coming to save the DC movie universe from Zack Snyder’s severe aesthetic, which is like a high school boy’s trapper keeper covered in nu metal band stickers circa 2000. The former Marvel favorite and Avengers director is returning to the superhero genre to write, direct and produce a standalone Batgirl movie for Warner Bros., a much-needed blast of optimism for their dreary DC franchise.

Nicolas Winding Refn Would Love to Direct a ‘Batgirl’ Movie

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by Matthew Monagle June 26, 2016 @ 12:34 PM
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We often take it for granted that our most idiosyncratic artists want no part of the commercial side of Hollywood, but every now and then, someone comes along and changes our minds. Sometimes a filmmaker grew up on the same commercial movies that we all used to love; sometimes they just want to try their hand at working with big casts and even bigger budgets. And sometimes, they just think it would be a blast.

Rosario Dawson Suits Up as Batgirl for ‘LEGO Batman’

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by Charles Bramesco October 16, 2015 @ 11:55 AM
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The newest addition to the lineup of vocal talent to LEGO Batman is Rosario Dawson, lending her whip-smart speech to the film as Batgirl. She joins pre-existing cast members Zach Galifianakis as the Joker and Michael Cera as Robin (both sort of dementedly inspired choices, with Galifiankis’ volatility and Cera’s effete softness complementing the characters perfectly).