Is the Black Canary movie canceled? Well, this happens to be the most asked question out there! Recently, Warner Bros Discovery has canceled a bunch of Warner Bros projects out there! Batgirl has been canceled. Yes, the most-awaited superwoman project of Warner Bros is no longer planning to come on our screens! Currently, all eyes are stuck on Black Canary! Is the movie happening? Are the rumors true? The questions are endless. The audience is clearly confused. What is in store for the Black Canary movie? Jurnee Smollett’s Birds of Prey hero is set to star in Black Canary! Stay tuned with us, to know all about it, just right here.
The Black Canary Film Is Still In Production! Are The Rumours True?
The month of August has been really rough for Warner Bros. Discovery. Fans are constantly questioning Warner Bros’ decision to cancel Batgirl! We are also highly worried about the Black Canary movie. The movie is still appearing on Warner Bros. Discovery’s latest movie schedule! This clearly hints to us that the movie is not canceled by the franchise. The grand merger with Discovery has been a game changer for Warner Bros. But, Warner Bros. Discovery’s sudden decision of Batgirl is surely not praised by fans out there. The stage has been officially closed for Leslie Grace.
That’s not all, according to our inner sources, the filming of the movie was absolutely complete, thus the decision surely raised a bunch of questions against the recent merger of Warner Bros. DC fans were highly worried and stressed about the upcoming blockbuster DC series and movies. One such exclusive project happens to be Black Canary. Just like Batgirl, this particular movie is also set to be an HBO Max original. The movie will probably be a spinoff to Birds of Prey! Black Canary will mostly revolve around Jurnee Smollett’s heroine Dinah Lance. DC fans have pretty high hopes for this movie.
Black Canary Movie Is Not Cancelled! When Will The Movie Release?
Unlike Batgirl, the upcoming Warner Bros. Discovery movie, the Black Canary movie is surely not canceled by the franchise out there. It is still very much in the production process. I know you all were highly worried about the future of Black Canary. But now you can say bye to your worries as the movie is surely set to release on the big screen. There is no way the movie is getting canceled by the franchise! We still have some hopes for Black Canary. As of now, the movie is still on the Warner Bros. Discovery line-up. Moreover, the movie has a better story to tell. Batgirl failed to impress the heads of the franchise. To save further loss, they decided to cancel the movie. But nothing like that will happen with Black Canary.
The movie is surely set to hit HBO Max! It couldn’t be any better than this. The movie is filled with a bunch of twists and turns. The stage is set for your favorite DC characters. Unfortunately, we still have no clue about the exact release date of the Black Canary movie. Warner Bros. Discovery is still silent on the concrete release date of Black Canary. But if go by Warner Bros. Discovery’s usual timeline, then Black Canary has a strong chance to roll out next year. As per our estimations, the movie will probably release by the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024.
Why Is The Movie Not Cancelled?
This happens to be the most asked question out there. Back in 2020, when we saw the story of Birds of Prey, then Black Canary’s performance surely stole our hearts. Her performance was highly liked by the crowd out there. The character has developed a huge fan base out there. Moreover, Dinah has always been an integral part of the Justice League. The character is highly loved by the audience! The movie will surely not run into losses. Thus, Warner Bros. Discovery has decided to continue the project. Not only the Black Canary movie, but The Green Lantern TV show is also not canceled by the franchise. We will keep you updated on this particular topic. That’s all from our end, to get the latest updates on exciting Warner Bros. Discovery movies and series, stay connected with us, just right here.
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