The Girl of Steel will return to the big screen with a Tom King-authored story, Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, as part of the Gods and Monsters phase of the DC Universe.
With the plans of Peter Safran and James Gunn in the DC Universe, more characters from this extensive library, and The Girl of Steel will return through the front door in Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, a film contemplated in the Gods and Monsters phase.
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Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow is a story written by Tom King and illustrated by Bilquis Evely, where the first years of the heroine are narrated, who, unlike her cousin Kal-El, witnesses death and horror in recent years. of Krypton.
James Gunn co-president of DC Studios, was in charge of presenting Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow as one of the projects of the Gods and Monsters phase of the DC Universe.
“We see the difference between Superman, who was sent to Earth and raised by loving parents from a baby, and Supergirl, who was raised on a rock, a shard of Krypton, and watched everyone around her die and be murdered. terrible way for the first 14 years of his life. She’s much more hardcore, she’s not exactly the Supergirl we’re used to seeing.”.
In 2023, the actress of Colombian descent Sasha Calle will play Supergirl for The Flash, but this version will be inspired by Cir-El, the daughter of Superman from the future, who traveled to the 21st century to stop the attacks of a villain named Radion. .
It is unknown if Calle will return to Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, so it is predicted that DC Comics will choose a new interpreter to embody the version of Kara Zor-El now on the big screen.
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Source: DC Comics
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