An actor on "Batgirl" opened up about how they felt following the movie being scrapped by Warner Bros. Pictures.

"The multiple streaming avenues and their vague guarantees appear anything but secure," the star, who wished to remain anonymous, told IndieWire over the weekend. "I am very offended by what happened."

The actor, who played a small role in the movie, further explained how they "feel terrible for the directors and Leslie Grace, who were all wonderful to work with, as well as all of the technicians."

The person revealed how the movie was "an enormous, rewarding challenge" to make as they filmed it amid COVID and during the cold weather of Glasgow, Scotland.

"None of these things matter to an imbecile like [Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav]," the anonymous star continued. "His cowardice is breathtaking. I am glad I got to participate and I wish the best for all those involved — except the suits at Warner Brothers. But they all get replaced sooner than later."

Warner Bros. Pictures canceled the $90-million "Batgirl" movie, which was set to release on HBO Max. "Batgirl" is not the only movie that got axed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Titles such as "Moonshot," "Superintelligence," "The Witches," "An American Pickle," "Locked Down" and "Charm City Kings" were also supposed to drop on the HBO Max streaming platform but have disappeared from their website without any prior announcement.

Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah - who were responsible to helm "Batgirl" - also shared how they were "saddened and shocked by the news."

"We still can't believe it," the director duo wrote in a joint statement. "As directors, it is critical that our work be shown to audiences, and while the film was far from finished, we wish that fans all over the world would have had the opportunity to see and embrace the final film themselves."

Actress Leslie Grace, who portrayed Batgirl in the movie, also broke her silence following the news and noted how she and the crew members filmed the movie tirelessly over the period of seven months in Scotland.

After "Batgirl" got axed, many fans wondered if other highly popular titles like "Peacemaker" Season 2 will also get scrapped or not. The director of the show, James Gunn clarified that "Peacemaker" Season 2 is safe.

Why Won't the 'Batgirl' Movie Be Released In Theaters Or On Streaming?
Why Won't the 'Batgirl' Movie Be Released In Theaters Or On Streaming?