In Hollywood, it's not unusual for movies to be cancelled. But is a movie that has already been made to the tune of $90 million being put on hold? Not many people do that.

Then, trades like Variety confirmed it, and now Leslie Grace, who plays Batgirl, has responded to the stories on Instagram.  

"After hearing the recent news about our movie Batgirl, I am proud of the love, hard work, and intention that our amazing cast 

and tireless crew put into this film over seven months in Scotland," she wrote in the caption of her post.

I feel lucky to have worked with some of the best people in the world and have made friends for life.

To every Batgirl fan: THANK YOU for believing in me and loving me, which made it possible for me to put on the cape and become, as Babs said best "my own damn hero!" ",

Grace also posted pictures of herself in costume, a video of her getting ready while singing Whitney Houston's

"I Will Always Love You," and a fun clip of her and her co-stars singing Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous."

Grace isn't the only Batgirl star to post since the news came out, either.

Ivory Aquino, who was supposed to play Alysia Yeoh in the movie,

posted some behind-the-scenes videos of her and Grace singing karaoke with the caption, "My #Batgirl and karaoke fam for life."

"Thank you for your love and support, which gave me the courage to put on the cape and become, as Babs put it best, "my own damn hero!"

Paul sorvino, an imposing actor whose roles ranged from the mob boss in "Goodfellas" to an early stint on the long-running cop drama "Law & Order,"

Paul sorvino, an imposing actor whose roles ranged from the mob boss in "Goodfellas" to an early stint on the long-running cop drama "Law & Order,"

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