The DCU slate is undeniably exciting, though with at least two members of The Suicide Squad cast sticking around - Viola Davis and Sean Gunn - there is some confusion surrounding the inner workings of this new shared universe.
It's a reboot, but not a full reboot, and while most characters are being recast, others are sticking around. Maybe. We're hoping The Flash offers at least a little clarity and, talking of that movie, it's there that we'll meet Sasha Calle's Supergirl for the first time.
Warner Bros.' original plan was to replace Henry Cavill's Superman with this Girl of Steel after the Scarlet Speedster tampers with reality, though DC Studios is embarking on its own path for the DCU. That includes a Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow movie based on writer Tom King's comic book of the same name, but will Calle be given the chance to play the hero there?
"We're figuring it all out. We don;t know yet," Gunn and Safran said of the actress staying on as Supergirl beyond The Flash movie. "We're pretty far away from Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow."
The DC Studios bosses were similarly vague when asked about Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot's respective fates. While they could continue to play Aquaman and Wonder Woman, that only promises to further muddy the waters when it comes to whether the DCU is something new, a continuation of the DCEU with only the actors from the past they want, or something else entirely.
Calle only getting the chance to play Supergirl once would be a shame, but DC Studios may want to head down a classic route with the character for their movie (The Flash's take is heavily inspired by the Injustice comic books). It's also possible they'll want to cast a bigger name as the hero, though Calle may blow up after her DCEU debut this summer.
Once again, it seems we'll have to wait and see until more about the new DCU is revealed.
The Flash is set to be released in theaters on June 16.