Let the Bodies Hit the Floor: WB to axe SUPERGIRL?

Such are the rumors.

According to a recent report from Rolling Stone, the previously announced Supergirl film is also unlikely to move forward at the studio. The film has been in development, and Sasha Calle, who is also set to appear as Supergirl in the upcoming movie The Flash, was set to star. Her appearance in The Flash was meant to introduce the character before her solo film.

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Rumor: Joss Whedon to do Flash/Supergirl crossover musical?

I am… conflicted on this.

Take this with a massive grain of salt, but That Hashtag Show is claiming thatJoss Whedon will direct the two-part musical crossover between The Flashand Supergirl on The CW in the spring of 2017. I’m not familiar with That Hashtag Show and don’t know if they have an accurate and proven track record breaking stories like this, so I’m hesitant to believe it until we hear further confirmation from another source. But that being said, I think everyone can agree it would be really cool if this ended up being true.

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After watching this Supergirl clip, I cannot decide:

Is the utter absurdity of the computer programming language here a reason to not watch Supergirl, or a reason to watch the show? I cannot quite decide. No, really: even I could tell.


“Oscillating variable matrix.”


“Inversion pathway.”  …OK, that one exists, but mostly apparently in terms of organic chemistry. At any rate, the jargon-babble here is something awesome to behold.

So, they’re doing a ‘Supergirl’ TV show?

They’re apparently doing a ‘Supergirl’ TV show.

Melissa Benoist, best known for her role as Marley Rose on “Glee,” has been cast in the title role of CBS’ pilot “Supergirl.”


From Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Prods., “Supergirl” is based on the characters from DC Comics and centers on Kara Zor-El (Benoist), who comes to earth after escaping the destruction of Krypton.

So I guess DC and Marvel have tacitly worked it out, huh? Marvel does movies and some TV; DC does TV and some movies. Well, as long as everybody’s happy enough about it.