Alicia Silverstone in "Batman and Robin"

Alicia Silverstone is open to reprising her role as Batgirl in ‘The Flash’ multiverse.

Alicia Silverstone is not closing the door on the DCU.

Twenty-six years after playing Batgirl in 1997’s “Batman and Robin,” the “Clueless” icon told IndieWire she’s open to reprising the role.

“If anyone wants me to play Batgirl, and they’re amazing, I’m with it,” Silverstone told IndieWire during the Tribeca Film Festival while promoting the horror film “Perpetrator.”

Added writer-director Jennifer Reeder, “I’m not done with her now that I’m around her. I keep promising to do more movies with her, which we absolutely will. Maybe ‘Batgirl.’”

Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck appear as two versions of Batman in the upcoming multiverse film ‘The Flash’, opening the door for numerous iterations of the same characters. George Clooney played the Caped Crusader opposite Silverstone in “Batman and Robin,” directed by Joel Schumacher. A sequel to ‘Flash’ is said to be in the works.

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“I feel like I can make a much better Batgirl now than I did then. It would be fun to go through it again because I’m older and my acting is better” said Silverstone United States today in 2017. “I know I would take a lot more. I was just a child. It was a different thing. But then I had fun. And I think it would be fun to do it again.

Silverstone took a short break from acting after the 1997 film and subsequently appeared in ˜The Art of Getting By’, ˜Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ and most notably ˜Killing of a Sacred Deer’. Silverstone’s television stint on ‘American Woman’ was followed by the horror film ‘The Lodge’ and a role in ‘American Horror Stories’.

Her next film ‘Perpetrator’ premiered at the 2023 Berlin International Film Festival and hosted a New York premiere at the 2023 Tribeca. Silverstone plays the elusive mystic (and ageless) Aunt Hildie who teaches his granddaughter what it means to come of age in their bloodline. Next, Silverstone will star in the comedy “Y2K” from “SNL” actor Kyle Mooney, Grant Singer’s mystery “Reptile” and the high school drama “Tunnels” opposite Patrick Wilson and Anna Faris.

As for the fate of the Batgirl character, Warner Bros. was set to release a standalone “Batgirl” movie starring Leslie Grace, but the film was shelved indefinitely in August 2022 under the new Warner Bros. CEO. Discovery, David Zaslav.

“I saw the movie,” DC Studios co-director Peter Safran said in January 2023. “There were a lot of incredibly talented people in front of and behind the camera in that movie. But that film was not distributable. Sometimes happens.”

Lead star Grace defended the film, saying, “There are a lot of things I’ve learned through experience about filmmaking, that as an actress you have no control over.”