HipZOMJoint Role Call #41 Casting The Big Screen Supergirl

It was reported this week that Warner Bros is fast tracking a new Supergirl film to fly into theaters. That last time Supergirl flew into the cineplex was in 1984 starring Helen Slater. It was a crash and burn. Since then Supergirl has been revitalized and become a household name thanks to the popular CW Supergirl series starring Melissa Benoist.

In a perfect world WB would just give Benoist her own film. But we don’t live in a perfect world so get over it. Here now are HipsterZOMBIEJoint’s picks for a big screen Supergirl!

Lucy Fry

Australian actress, Lucy Fry, is no stranger to fantasy films. She has had prominent roles in Stephen King’s 11.22.63, and David Ayer’s Bright. The latter of which has ties already to DC films. Ayer directed Suicide Squad.

Maia Mitchell

Another Aussie, Mitchell is a singer, songwriter, and actress. Most known for her Disney work and dramatic role on The Fosters, Mitchell is an emerging talent in the industry.

Zoey Deutch

Deutch is a vibrant actress full of spunk and attitude. She has starred in a diverse range of films from The Vampire Academy, Why Him?, and Before I Fall.

Kaya Scodelario

Scodelario found her claim to fame starring in the recent Pirates of the Caribbean film and the popular Maze Runner franchise. The Brazilian born actress has the right stuff to be an excellent Girl of Steel.

Well those are our picks to be the big screen version of Supergirl. Agree? Disagree? Who would you cast? Let us know in the comments and stayed tuned for future Role Calls only on HipsterZOMBIEJoint.com!

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