After the cancellation, Marvel filmmakers contact the Batgirl directors

Warner Bros. announced on Tuesday that it had decided not to release Batgirl and Scoob! Warner Bros.

Following the cancellation of the films, Marvel Studios honcho Kevin Feige has left behind competition with its biggest competitor to show his support to Batgirl directors Billal Fallah and Adil Al Arbi.After Warner Bros. announced the shocking decision, the main producer of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and other writers reached out to the two helmers.Al Arbi posted a picture of an email from the producer recently to his Instagram Story.Feige wrote in the message: Mad friends, I had to reach out to you and let you know that we are all thinking about you both.

and the troubling reports surrounding Batgirl.You guys are sooo proud of you guys for all the awesome work you do, especially Ms. Marvel, of course!Can't wait to see what the next step will be like for you.I hope to see you soon.

In another story, the Batgirl star expressed gratitude for all the messages of support around the world and thanked Baby Driver helmer Edgar Wright and Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn for their kind words and experience, which (meant) a lot and (aided) them through this difficult time.Warner Bros. revealed on Tuesday that it had decided not to release Batgirl and Scoob!.A holiday adventure.According to a Warner Bros. spokeswoman, the decision not to release Batgirl reflects our leadership's strategic shift in relation to the DC universe and HBO Max.

We are extremely grateful to the makers of Batgirl and Scoob for their contribution.We are very excited to work with everyone in the near future on the Holiday Haunt and their respective casts, and we hope to see them again in the near future.