The $90 million film, Batgirl, which was in post-production at Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. has been put on hold.
Back to theatrical films is now Warner Bros. Discovery's top priority.
"Batgirl" was set to debut on the HBO Max streaming service.
The decision was not influenced by the film's quality, which had performed well in test screenings.
The news of the postponement naturally enraged fans on Twitter who had been looking forward to the character's big-screen debut.
The unreleased American superhero film Batgirl is based on the DC Comics character Barbara Gordon (Batgirl).
Burr! Productions and DC Films produced the film for the HBO Max streaming service.
Leslie Grace played Batgirl in the film, alongside J. K. Simmons, Jacob Scipio, Brendan Fraser, and Michael Keaton.
Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah co-directed the movie.
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