Joss Whedon Might Write and Direct a Batgirl Movie
- Author: Michelle Webb Apr 01, 2017,
Apr 01, 2017, 1:34
As reported byVariety, Joss Whedon is now in talks with Warner Bros.to "write, direct, and produce" a Batgirl movie. The outlet adds that the movie is being supervised by Geoff Johns, Jon Berg and Toby Emmerich from Warner Bros.
Joss Whedon is expected to sign a deal to write, direct and produce a Batgirl film.
It remains unclear when the Batgirl film would go into production or hit theaters.
The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron writer/director is about to switch sides, going from Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe to Warner's DC Extended Universe.
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Once upon a time, Joss Whedon wrote a script for a Wonder Woman movie.
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Seems like we were only just reminiscing about the Buffy glory days, when today (March 31) brings news that its creator Joss Whedon is behind a new standalone Batgirl movie. Actress Yvonne Craig played the role in the campy 1960's Batman series, and Alicia Silverstone put on the spandex for 1997's universally reviled Batman & Robin film. It also makes sense, historically speaking, since Whedon came extremely close to writing and directing a Wonder Woman film for Warner Bros. back in the early 2000s. It will be interesting to see who they cast as Batgirl in this new movie.
Batgirl first appeared in DC Comics in 1967. However, with Batgirl, which will be DC's second solo film with a female lead, it looks as though he's finally gotten his wish. Other DC Extended Universe Films include 2013's "Man of Steel", last year's "Batman v Superman", "Suicide Squad", and the upcoming "Justice League" and "Aquaman".