Meet Supergirl: Sasha Calle is 'amazing' in 'The Flash'

Sasha Calle's portrayal of Supergirl in "The Flash" marks her as the first Latina actress to embody the character, following in the footsteps of previous actresses such as Helen Slater and Melissa Benoist. 

Calle's Supergirl is depicted as a beacon of hope, showcasing kindness, power, and an unwavering sense of optimism. 

Supergirl's initial encounter with humans is unpleasant, but she undergoes a journey of understanding and observation as she joins forces with Barry Allen and his younger self  

Calle's performance delves into the intricate emotional landscape of Supergirl, showcasing her depth of feelings, including sadness, joy, and anger, and hinting at a promising future for the character's development. 

Calle embraces the opportunity to bring her own interpretation to the role and is excited to explore the humanity and complexities of Supergirl in "The Flash" and potentially beyond. 

Prior actresses who have played Supergirl include Helen Slater in the 1984 "Supergirl" movie and Melissa Benoist in the TV series "Supergirl." 

Calle sees her role as a runway to Supergirl, suggesting that there will be more depth and exploration of the character in future projects. 

Calle embraces the opportunity to bring out the humanity and complexities of Supergirl, emphasizing the intense emotions the character experiences throughout the film. 

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