DC and Warner Bros have a Supergirl movie in the works

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DC and Warner Bros have a Supergirl movie in the works. What could we see from the movie? Will Superman make an appearance?

Melissa Benoist has revived Supergirl on the small screen with the show on the CW. However, we have yet to see the hero hit the big screen in DC’s current movie universe. With the success of Wonder Woman, Supergirl seems like the next logical step for them for a female lead.

Right now, the only news we have on the movie is that Oren Uziel is working on the script, as reported by DeadlineUziel is known for writing scripts for 22 Jump StreetShimmer Lake, and The Cloverfield Paradox. He also has Sonic the Hedgehog and Mortal Kombat in the works right now.

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That’s a wide variety of different types of stories, so it’ll be interesting to see how he handles Supergirl. Will he pull from recent comics or dive into the character’s history? Many fans will probably wonder if Henry Cavill’s Superman would make an appearance. As of right now, nothing else is confirmed other than the script being written at the moment.

Despite the few details, I’m interested to see how a lot of these DC movies play out. They’ve had a lot of announcements lately and I’m not completely convinced that all of them will be seen through to release. However, to announce a Supergirl movie and not release it would be a bigger blow than one of the two Joker movies falling through.

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Supergirl, in addition to Wonder Woman and Superman, is one of the strongest characters in DC’s repertoire. With a movie, they could accomplish a great story that would probably be too big for a TV budget, especially considering how much CGI is involved. Let’s hope that we get to see this movie come to fruition. I won’t get my hopes up just yet, but working on a script is a start.

What do you think about the Supergirl movie? Are you excited to see the hero on the big screen? Share your thoughts in the comments below.