Sasha Calle, who debuted as Supergirl in The Flash, has recently hinted at her future with the role.
Calle joined the DC Universe as the second leading Kryptonian hero after Henry Cavill's Superman,
taking the spotlight alongside Ezra Miller's Flash and Michael Keaton's Batman while opening the door to new possible adventures.
The new character was a huge element of the marketing campaign for The Flash before it hit theaters,
as fans eagerly awaited the first live-action Kara Zor-El to hit the big screen in decades.
Sasha Calle of The Flash told Entertainment Tonight that she hopes to continue portraying Supergirl following her first appearance in a DC film.
Calle, who adores the heroine, defined The Flash as "a runway to a better story" for the Kryptonian metahuman:
DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran have ideas for a Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow film,
which will explore the similarly titled DC Comics story in which Supergirl helps a young alien avenge her father in distant space.
But Calle's main desire for Supergirl is that she will delve deeper into "her feelings into her day-to-day" life, wondering what a day in Kara Zor-El's typical life might look like: