Although the DCEU started it all with 2013’s Man of Steel, Henry Cavill’s Superman has actually only appeared twice since then — plus four faceless cameos. Now, in the absence of Cavill’s Man of Steel, Warner Bros. is preparing to introduce a new Kryptonian hero alongside Sasha Calle’s Supergirl in The Flash.
Keaton enlists his help to Batman
Following production issues and the recent controversy surrounding Ezra Miller, The Flash has been the victim of several delays, which have now pushed it to June 2023. Based on the debut trailer, Barry Allen will meet Supergirl in the universe in which she crosses paths with Michael Keaton’s Batman to enlist their help. Moving on from The Flash’s multiverse-altering influences, Supergirl is reportedly But has been placed at the center of the new DCEU, and as such, is reported to have its own solo project in development. But in the wake of the shocking cancellation of Batgirl on HBO Max, that too appears to be in danger.
Sasha Calle’s Supergirl Update
Rolling Stone recently published a report to explain why Warner Bros. decided to cancel Leslie Grace’s Batgirl, which also offered an update to Sasha Calle’s Supergirl. Kail will debut as Girl of Steel in The Flash in 2023 and expected to spin in her own film, but now it may be in trouble.
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Other DC films are likely to “squashed”, with insiders claiming that the Supergirl project is not expected to proceed at Warner Bros., although it is currently in development at the studio. Reports circulated in 2021 that Warner Bros. The Brothers intend to film Supergirl over the next three years – with production planned for sometime before 2024. Rumors have suggested that DC was planning to use Cal’s Supergirl in place of Superman in the DCEU, but that may no longer be the case.
Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel
Having been absent from the DCEU for five years and Sasha Calle has seen a disappointing update about her Supergirl movie, the future doesn’t look bright for Kryptonians. Canceling two female-led spin-offs in just a few days isn’t a good sign, but perhaps Warner Bros. is looking to establish a more traditional DCEU status quo.
, Supergirl and Wonder Woman DCEU
Previous reports indicated that Batgirl, Supergirl, and Wonder Woman set to lead the DCEU as an all-female trinity. Perhaps with Warner Bros. under new management, the studio is now keen to focus on The Dark Knight and Man of Steel, rather than using Batgirl and Supergirl in their places.