Many long-time fans of DC films and Warner Bros. have left a bitter taste in the shelving of Batgirl for tax reasons. Under new leadership, David Zaslav has been hammering every major project they have, with one controversial decision following the next. Now, DC Films president Walter Hamada is about to leave the studio over the recent decision.
While he has agreed to stay, it does appear like the film will be short-lived as hell supervise its release in October. However, Warner Bros. Discovery seems to lack the last pieces as they are falling apart. Theres still some doubt on their decision to not even give the film a chance theatrically.
Hamada has not been informed of the outcome of a test screening for Black Adam, although he was naturally concerned about those who had been directly involved in the production, who hadn't been informed until the New York Post first reported the story, claiming that low test scores were one of the reasons.
Due to Justice League's decisions back in 2017, Hamada has been a popular figure in the DC universe, but things have been bumpy along the way, even if The Suicide Squad, The Batman, Aquaman, Peacemaker, and others shine bright. The company will have to see if Hell truly does leave them.