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DC Reveals Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow Release Date

DC has announced the release date for Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow. The movie will be released a year after Superman: Legacy.

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow will hit theaters soon. This will be the second movie in the DCU and will release a year after Superman. According to Variety, the release schedule for Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow is scheduled to hit theaters on June 26, 2026.

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow release date


The release date for Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow was DC announced after the selection of the main cast. Milly Alcock, best known for her role in the first season of House of the Dragon, has officially been cast to play the character of Supergirl.

The first announcement about this movie James Gunn and Peter Safran made in January 2023. After that, the project brought in Ana Nogueira (The Vampire Diaries) as writer and Craig Gillespie (Cruella) as director.

In January 2024, DC’s selection of Alcock was announced, and Gunn confirmed that she was his first choice for the role after seeing her perform in the first season of House of the Dragon.

Gunn revealed on social media that Milly was the first person he mentioned to Peter Safran for the role over a year ago when he was just reading the comics.

There are suggestions that Milly Alcock will make her debut as Supergirl in a Superman movie or other DCU project, possibly in a DCU series before her appearance in her own movie. The movie is inspired by the comic book of the same name by Tom King and Bilquis Evely.

DCU Supergirl brief synopsis


According to reports, the movie will tell the story of Supergirl who leaves Earth and travels across the galaxy with her loyal dog, Krypto the Superdog. She is trying to escape her life of being under the constant influence of her cousin, Superman.

Supergirl then meets an alien teenager named Ruthye, who is determined to avenge her father’s death, and enlists Supergirl as an ally in her quest.

With this premise, the movie Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow is going to be very interesting. In the big screen version, the character of Supergirl has previously been played by Helen Slater and Sasha Calle.

Meanwhile, on television, the character has been portrayed by Laura Vandervoort in Smallville and Melissa Benois in the Arrowverse series Supergirl. Of course, we are all looking forward to Alcock’s performance as Supergirl when the movie releases.

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