In the mesmerizing realm of superhero cinema, a new star is about to grace the silver screen! Milly Alcock, renowned for her portrayal of the young Rhaenyra Targaryen in House of the Dragon, has been chosen to soar as the new Supergirl in the rebooted DC cinematic universe. Hold onto your capes, folks, because this is going to be a flight you won't want to miss!

Amidst fierce competition, Alcock emerged victorious over Emilia Jones from CODA and the radiant Meg Donnelly from Zombies. It seems her talent has the power to outshine even the mightiest of contenders. Before capturing the hearts of fans as Rhaenyra Targaryen, Alcock delighted audiences with her performances in the Australian series Upright. Clearly, she has mastered the art of bringing characters to life.

DC Studios co-head, the one and only James Gunn, took to Instagram to confirm Alcock's casting, showering her with praise. He declared, "Milly is a fantastically talented young actor, and I'm incredibly excited about her being a part of the DCU." Gunn, who holds the mighty pen and the director's chair for Superman Legacy, couldn't contain his excitement, confessing that he was utterly blown away by Alcock's auditions. He firmly believes that she embodies the essence of Kara Zor-El, the iconic Supergirl.

While the exact date of Alcock's Supergirl debut remains shrouded in mystery, sources reveal that she will grace our screens prior to her appearance in the already announced Supergirl: World of Tomorrow—an exciting addition to the grand tapestry of Chapter 1: Gods & Monsters, comprising ten thrilling DC movies and TV shows. Brace yourselves, dear readers, for an epic journey awaits us all.

But wait, there's more! Whispers have been circulating that Supergirl might make an appearance in Superman Legacy. Ah, the tantalizing possibilities! However, James Gunn himself has put the rumors to rest, asserting that the Dark Knight himself, Batman, will not be making an appearance in his Man of Steel film. Fear not, for the Man of Steel's legacy shall begin its triumphant march through the theaters on July 11, 2025, marking the dawn of a new era in the DC universe.

As we eagerly await Milly Alcock's grand entrance as Supergirl, let us revel in the anticipation of witnessing her take flight, soaring through the skies with grace and strength. The world of superheroes is ever-expanding, and with each new casting, we are reminded of the boundless imagination and creativity that fuels our beloved cinematic universe.

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