Little by little we are getting to know new details of the next movie of DC Focused on Batgirl, of which not long ago we knew both its directors, Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi, as well as its leading actress, Leslie Grace, who will play Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in this new adaptation for HBO Max. Although now other names are beginning to sound, especially that of the Commissioner Gordon of the actor J.K. Simmons already seen in Ben Affleck’s Batman movies. But, What about batman? Will it appear in the movie? Leslie Grace talks about all this and more in a recent interview with the outlet. Entertainment Tonight.
Leslie Grace talks about Batman and Harley Quinn
And it is that Leslie Grace ensure that she was excited to see the support in social networks of Margot Robbie, the actress who plays Harley Quinn in DC movies, casting as Batgirl, to which she adds: “I was freaking out! I am such a fan. I did not believe it. It is one of the largest badasses from the world of superheroes. I haven’t had a chance to meet her, but it would be amazing if at some point Batgirl stops by Gotham and Miss Harley Quinn has some business to discuss, It could be great! “
Although the talk was directed to another of the great names of DC, Batman, and his possible appearance in the film. Leslie Grace comments that “I’m a huge fan and if you think it’s a good idea for Harley Quinn to stop by, all help is welcome. Batman is out there, he’s doing a lot of things, so I’m going to need some of my ladies to help me in this next race, do you understand what I’m saying? ”, something that suggests that Batman will not make an appearance in this film.
Finally, the question comes about one of the latest rumors about Batgirl, which is none other than the return of J.K. Simmons As the Commissioner Gordon. Grace knows nothing of the subject, although she is just as excited about the possibility: “I am willing to learn a lot from JK Simmons. If you are listening, a huge respect and please, Make my father! I hope you are my father ”, concludes the actress.
Source | Entertainment Tonight