‘Supergirl’ Movie Lands June 2026 Release Date

DC Studios is wasting no time in setting a release date for Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow now that the movie has found its director.

The high-profile movie will fly into cinemas on June 26, 2026, DC and Warner Bros. announced Tuesday. It is the second film to receive a release date since James Gunn and Peter Safran were brought in to overhaul DC under the new banner DC Studios. The first was Superman, which Gunn is currently shooting for a July 2025 release date.

Flimmaker Craig Gillespie was tapped by Gunn and Safran to shepherd Supergirl, which stars Milly Alcock (House of the Dragon). She’ll play Superman’s Kara Zor-El, the cousin of Superman. The feature is inspired by the Tom King and Bilquis Evely comic, and will depart from the earnest take on the character audiences have come to know on the CW Supergirl series.

The plan is for Supergirl to start shooting this fall, according to insiders. DC Studios also has the Batman movie feature in the works from director Andy Muschietti.

In addition to Supergirl, Warner Bros. announced a handful of other dates for some of its high-profile movies, including New Line’s Mortal Kombat 2, which will hit theaters on Oct. 24, 2025. New Line’s sci-fi thriller Companion will kick off the year and open on Jan. 10, 2025.

The pic is produced by Zach Cregger alongside Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz of BoulderLight Pictures and Vertigo’s Roy Lee, with Drew Hancock directing. The maverick horror team is also behind the movie Weapons, which will open on Jan. 16, 2026. Cregger is directing that film.

Warners also announced the release date for the animated holiday pic Margie Claus, which is set to open on Nov. 5, 2027. Melissa McCarthy is voicing the title role and is producing alongside Ben Falcone and Pilar Flynn.

More to come.





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