Supergirl Movie Officially in the Works at Warner Bros

Sergio Cunningham
August 7, 2018

If you don't think that a Supergirl TV series is enough exposure for the character, then maybe you'll be excited to hear that Warner working on a Supergirl movie!

Wonder Woman won't be the only female DC Comics superhero on the big screen.

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Regardless, the introduction of Supergirl (usually a lighthearted and optimistic character, ) into the DCEU could be an attempt to simultaneously tap into the lucrative Amazonian estrogen of Wonder Woman while reconfiguring the movie continuity further from its morose introduction in 2013's Man of Steel and bleak expansion in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. No major producers, aside from Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, have been named in conjunction with the developing film.

Over the next year, DC is planning the release of Jason Momoa's Aquaman, which opens in December, and Asher Angel's Shazam, which opens April 5, 2019. Director Todd Phillips' new Joker film is slated for October 4, 2019 and Patty Jenkins' sequel Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters on November 1, 2019. (Disclosure: The CW is a joint venture between Warner Bros. and CBS, parent company of CNET.) In the upcoming season 4, which premieres October 14., she battles superpowered enemies and deals with her own Russian doppelganger. She's a cousin of Superman who escaped the planet Krypton as a teenager with the infant Superman as they made their way to Earth. She teams with Superman and Wonder Woman in various DC Comics animated movies. Now that Fallout is a big hit, we see there is talk of replacing him in the Hollywood trade sites, which again could simply be BS that the studios fed to the sites. Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to a request for a comment.

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