Sasha Calle To Play Supergirl In Future Spinoff Movie?


In a recent turn of events, Sasha Calle, who is slated to make her debut as Supergirl in the highly anticipated DC film The Flash, has expressed a keen interest in reprising her role in the future, particularly in the planned Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow film.

Now, this hasn’t been confirmed as of yet, but it’s being speculated that Calle’s time in the DC Universe won’t come to an end immediately after the release of The Flash movie.

Sasha Calle’s Supergirl Debut

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Calle, a relative newcomer to the DC Universe (DCU), is set to portray Supergirl, real name Kara Zor-El, in The Flash, a film centred on the time-travel and dimension-hopping exploits of Barry Allen, played by Ezra Miller.

Her performance in this film is a point of significant interest, as it could potentially set the stage for future appearances in other DCU films, most notably Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow and possibly even a future Wonder Woman movie​ (via Giant Freakin Robot).

The Future of Sasha Calle’s Supergirl


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Despite reports suggesting that Calle’s version of Supergirl would be a one-off performance in The Flash due to inconsistencies in origin stories, the actress has remained hopeful about continuing to play the character in future DC projects.

Her enthusiasm for the character is clear, as she stated in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, “I hope to continue playing Supergirl. I love her deeply! And I think that [The Flash] is really a runway to a bigger story for her”.

The Flash’s Impact on Supergirl’s Future


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The future of Sasha Calle’s Supergirl could be influenced by the reception of The Flash. The time-travel and dimension-hopping elements in the movie provide a unique opportunity to reshape the narrative and potentially integrate Calle’s Supergirl into future films, depending on the success of the film and the decisions of James Gunn and Warner Bros. Discovery executives.

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow


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The Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow film, which is not scheduled for release until 2027, could provide another opportunity for Calle to reprise her role, although official plans remain undisclosed​.

James Gunn, who is leading DC Studios with Peter Safran, announced the plans for the film, which will be part of the first phase of multiple planned phases of interconnected DC movies and TV shows.

Speculations about a Future Wonder Woman Movie


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Recent speculations suggest that Calle’s Supergirl might make an appearance in a future Wonder Woman movie, sparked by a social media post showing Calle with a Wonder Woman figure, and Gal Gadot’s presence in London, where The Flash is being filmed.

Although it remains speculation at this point, the prospect of seeing Supergirl team up with Wonder Woman in a future DCU film has certainly excited fans.

Although it is uncertain whether Sasha Calle will continue to play Supergirl in future films, her enthusiasm for the character and the potential for the character’s growth within the DC universe cannot be overlooked.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to seeing more of Sasha Calle’s take on Supergirl in the DC Universe? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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