Batgirl Killed; Marilyn Monroe, Inc.; A Night With Not Garth Brooks


In today's Movie News Rundown: Batgirl will never see the light of day; the owners of Marilyn Monroe are impressed with Ana de Armas; a new film imagines a wild night out with a country superstar who kind of resembles Garth Brooks. Also: Yes, The Bear is very good.

Juliette Binoche Drives a Truck: While other actors gain a little weight for a role, or wear prosthetic noses, Juliette Binoche went all in and learned to drive a big rig for her latest film, Paradise HighwayShe talked with Margeaux Sippell about how she learned trucking from Desiree Wood, founder of a non-profit organization called REAL Women in Trucking. 

Nope: The planned HBO Max movie Batgirl has been shelved and won’t ever be released anywhere, even though it is pretty much done. The film was to star In the Heights' Leslie Grace in the lead. “The decision to not release Batgirl reflects our leadership’s strategic shift as it relates to the DC Universe and HBO Max. Leslie Grace is an incredibly talented actor and this decision is not a reflection of her performance,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson said. There's a lot more here.

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