Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, the first news on the film that will launch Superman’s cousin

He will land in the new DC Universe of James Gunn and Peter Safran Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, the movie about Kara Zor-El, Clark Kent’s Kryptonian cousin. Between the official news reported by the foreign press, the actress and playwright Anna Nogueiraknown for roles in TV series the Vampire Diaries, The Michael J. Fox Show And Hightownfor writing the play Which Way to the Stage which debuted Off-Broadway in 2022 and for working on the adaptation of the short novel Mothers, Lock Up Your Daughters by Alice Sola Kim, will write the screenplay of the film. In 2022 Nogueira had already developed another project on the superheroine, a possible spin-off of the film The Flash, which was in post-production at the time and where Sasha Calle had played Kara Zor-El. With the advent of Gunn and Safran the project was not followed up, but Supergirl it remained and took on an autonomous dimension. Contrary to the upcoming DCU projects Superman: Legacy And The Brave and the Boldrespectively entrusted to the direction of Gunn himself and Andy Muschietti, the new film does not yet have an official director.


“Superman is a boy sent to Earth and raised by loving parents, while Supergirl is a character who grew up on a piece of Krypton” Gunn explained in a video published on X. “She saw everyone around her dying in some terrible way, so he’s a much more exhausted character.” Currently, the plot remains unknown.