That, however, is the part of this story where rumors take over, since the report goes into some loose talk about the purported goal of the new Supergirl movie.
Melissa Benoist plays the famous female superhero on The CW Supergirl TV series, but chances are a new actor will be get the role in the upcoming Warner Bros. film. While Wonder Woman was a critical success, Justice League was a disappointment in all categories.
Introduced in DC Comics in 1959, Supergirl is the teen cousin of Superman, who arrives on Earth long after the Man of Steel had established himself as Earth's greatest hero.
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Regardless, things are still quite chaotic over at the DCEU, which is scrambling with spinoff plans, trying to recreate Wonder Woman's magic with the other properties.
Finding a different way back to the Superman universe through Supergirl reflects the differing mindset of DC priority titles to be a bit out of the box, and away from a slate which, with the notable exception of the Patty Jenkins-directed Wonder Woman, has resulted in too many films that have been leaden, dark, and not that fun. After that, there's the unrelated Todd Phillips Joker movie, the Flash movie (finally), and Birds of Prey, all of which are likely to come before Matt Reeves' Batman film. While that film has a subset of a fans who hold it in acclaim as a cult classic, the film was a shameful nadir for the comic book movie genre, and its domestic-only release grossed a paltry $14 million.
The Supergirl movie presently has no producers attached, no directors, and of course no cast. It looks like Supergirl is getting her own Warner Bros. movie.