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– by Seth McDonald

With a couple DC comics projects in the works in Todd Phillips Joker and Matt Reeves’ The Batman, fans hope that the course correctin DC has made with their films continues. Oscar nominee Andrea Berloff doing her part to make that so and is bringing fans an adaptation of the comic book series created for DC Vertigo in The Kitchen, handling both the writing and directing duties.

LRM‘s own Daniel Tafoya recently spoke with Berloff and asked her if there are any other DC properties she would like to dive into, you can check out what she had to say below.

“Oh my goodness. There are so many. There are so many. You would think I would have thought that through, because what an obvious question: Why don’t I just go to them? Yeah, I have not thought it through. I would say…is it a real thing? I think it’s a real thing. I think they’re working on it. I would say maybe Batgirl. I think that’s up for grabs. I would say Batgirl.”

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The Kitchen looks good, and I for one believe Berloff would be a fine choice to take on Batgirl. Berloff’s  previous writing credits include World Trade Center, and the screenplay for Straight Outta Compton, which is the project that she received her Academy Award nomination. The Kitchen will be her directorial debut

What are your thoughts on this, would you like to see Berloff helm a Batgirl film? Let us know in the comments down below!

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