It's a bird!
It's a plane!
It's another Supergirl film!
According to Variety, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have signed on to create the next Supergirl, along with "22 Jump Street" writer, Oren Uziel.
The launch of “Supergirl” comes eight months after Warner Bros. promoted Walter Hamada to oversee its comic book movies, a month after the studio decided to replace Jon Berg and Geoff Johns as the heads of the DC movies. That move came with DC looking for more quality control of its big-screen efforts — which saw mixed reception last year with acclaim for “Wonder Woman,” disappointment with “Justice League” and widespread frustration over DC’s failure to match the popularity of Marvel movies.