Leslie Grace shared a series of photos and videos on Instagram Sunday, revealing that it's the "last week" of filming the DC's highly anticipated movie, "Batgirl."

In the first photo, the 27-year-old actress can be seen sitting alone in a park wearing a blue t-shirt and sunglasses. The next photo featured a lavish dinner table where the cast and crew members were enjoying their meal.

The actress also shared a video of herself wearing sunglasses in her bedroom and showing a peace sign to the camera. She donned a brownish bathrobe. Grace also shared photos of her meal, a flower, and a close-up of her suitcase.

"This is 'our last week of shooting #batgirl and I’m getting emotionalllll' dump be prepared for moreeeee," she captioned the post. "But in advance - Scotland, thank u endlessly for welcoming us with open arms and gifting us the perfect city to create our Gotham."

"It’s not the end yet but I didn’t want to miss a moment to say thank you as I’m sitting here reflecting on all we’ve gotten to experience thanks to you," she concluded. "I will never forget my time here."

Fans shared their excitement for "Batgirl" in the comments section.

"Our batgirl __ I am oh so excited to meet you on screen," one of the fans wrote while another fan commented, "To you all working on Batgirl, I send you the most of positive energy… can’t wait to see it on the big screen and be part of the amazing experience."

Grace met a little fan, who dressed up as Batgirl, on the sets of the movie last week. She shared a video of the cute meeting and captioned, "I FINALLY got to meet Batgirl."

"You are strong, courageous, and hold a wisdom in your eyes beyond your years," the actress added. "Thank you and your pops for visiting me and for all the beautiful gifts! We will meet again! Until then, stay BOLD!"

"Batgirl" is slated to release directly on HBO Max. The movie is helmed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. The crime-action flick will also star Brendan Fraser, Michael Keaton, J.K. Simmons and Ivory Aquino.

Batgirl will be a character in the upcoming Warner Bros. game "Arkham Knight," the first time the female superhero will appear in the series. Courtesy/Warner Bros.