The Flash Movie’s Supergirl Actress Shares Emotional Story From Filming

In light of DC’s recent news and happenings, one of the critiques led to Andy Muschietti The Flash is its crowded calling table. At last, The Flash is said to be Ezra Miller’s long-awaited solo movie as Scarlet Speedster. But given Miller’s legal and personal troubles, the film’s additional heroes are saving the day in more ways than one, especially about Sasha Calle’s Supergirl.

In addition to the many versions of Miller’s Barry Allen, The FlashThe Multiverse premise will open up characters both old and new. Along with newcomer Calle as the first Latina Supergirl, the film also features the return of both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Batman.

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Although the movie has been delayed to June 23, 2023 and Affleck’s future return as Batman is currently unknown, Calle’s future as Supergirl only looks promising. appointment before she debuted DC. In a recent quote, she shared how the role has affected her and how she thinks it will impact others.

The Flash actress discusses the emotional impact of being a superwoman

Sasha Calle, The Flash, Supergirl
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In a quote from V Magazine, The Flash Actress Sasha Calle shared a touching story while filming where she “turn into childish Sasha” after finding herself the first Latina Supergirl on the replay screen:

“Representation in the entertainment industry is really important and I’m honored, to be honest [to be the first Latina Supergirl]. There was a moment when we were filming, when Andy [The Flash director Andrés Muschietti] like, ‘Hey, come over here and watch this on the playback screen.’ And I passed and I saw her [Supergirl]and she is in her full glory. “

While marketing for the film has limited the appearances of Barry Allen’s Multiverse co-stars, fans have been able to see some footage of Calle as Steel Girl.

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In addition to the first images of her Supergirl costume, fans also got to see pictures and footage of her in the DC FanDome trailer.

Calle continued her story, admitting that she suddenly became emotional because “I was looking at that and I thought, ‘Wow, I wish I had this when I was a kid.” It means a lot to me:”

“And suddenly, I got really emotional. Because I was looking at it, and I was like, ‘Wow, I wish I had this when I was a kid.” It means a lot to me. I turned into a Sasha child when I looked at this person [on the screen]. So it’s really important. And I’m really happy and really thankful to DC and Warner Brothers for doing this right now. It’s great that we’re doing this, and, you know, the time has come. “

Supergirl’s role in The Flash and Beyond

In recent years, studios have made a more concerted effort to promote screen expression. And, while the future direction of DC on-screen entertainment remains unknown due to its recent merger with Warner Bros. Discovery, Calle’s role as the first Latina Supergirl will likely survive this shake-up.

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Not only will her debut in DC be a much-needed breath of fresh air, but her presence will be something meaningful that will likely impact audiences long after the movie’s out. .

What will be interesting will be how Calle’s future as Supergirl will be affected by the studio’s interest in a Superman.Man revival, according to the new CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, David Zaslav, DC live-action projects have left “top price character,” like Man of Steel, “tired.”

Whatever future plans the studio has for Superman, hopefully it will also include Steel Girl and continue to deliver more on-screen avatars and emotional, meaningful moments for Superman. their stars.

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The Flash will hit theaters on June 23, 2023.

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