Sasha Calle, the new Supergirl, has suggested where her future with the role could take her after making her debut in The Flash.
Calle, who joined the DC Universe as the second leading Kryptonian hero after Henry Cavill's Superman,
shared the spotlight with Ezra Miller's Flash and Michael Keaton's Batman, allowing for new possible tales.
The new character was a prominent component of The Flash's pre-release marketing campaign,
as fans eagerly awaited the first live-action Kara Zor-El to see the big screen in decades.
Sasha Calle of The Flash emphasized her desire to continue playing Supergirl in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Calle regarded The Flash as "a runway to a better story" for the Kryptonian metahuman:
DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran have announced plans for a Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow film,
based on the DC Comics story of the same name, in which Supergirl assists a young alien in avenging her father in distant space.
But, for Calle, the most exciting aspect of Supergirl is the opportunity to delve deeper into "her feelings into her day-to-day" life, imagining what a day in Kara Zor-El's everyday life might be like: