DC Studios Slates ‘Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow’ for a 2026 Release

Following a flurry of moves that saw the all-new, all-different DCU find their Kara Zor-El, it was expected that Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow might be on deck behind James Gunn‘s Superman in DC Studios’ lineup. It looks as though that will be the case as Warner Bros. has now slated the film for a 2026 release.

According to trade reports, Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow will hit theaters on June 26, 2026.

Once House of the Dragon star Milly Alcock signed on in the lead role in January, rumors began to swirl that the film would begin production before the end of 2024. Then, in April, the studio began working on a deal with director Craig Gillespie to helm the film, adding fuel to the fire that the project was nearing production.

In our story, we have Superman who was sent to Earth and raised by incredibly loving parents. Kara was on Krypton. She was on a piece of Krypton that drifted away from the planet and she lived there for the first fourteen years of her life in a horrible situation where she watched everyone around her die. So, she’s a much harsher and more fucked up Supergirl than you’ve been used to thus far.

-James Gunn on the DCU’s Supergirl

The film will be an adaptation of Tom King‘s comic book series of the same name, though Gunn described the studio’s Supergirl as “much more hardcore” than the one from the publishing side. While Gunn has stated that King has been one of the architects of this entire situation,” Ana Nogueira adapted his material for the script for Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow.

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