DCEU’s Stargirl Eyeing Jennifer Lawrence For Theatrical Version

Jennifer Lawrence Being Eyed For DCEU's Stargirl

DCEU’s Stargirl Eyeing Jennifer Lawrence For Theatrical Version!

That’s right, Now that Jennifer Lawrence Mystique has been killed off in X-Men Dark Pheonix she is aligning herself with a new possible franchise.

Read on for more details on how the DC Universe will go about Stargirl possibly casting Jennifer Lawrence…

Jennifer Lawrence Being Eyed For DCEU's Stargirl

CelebNMovies247.com has learned that Stargirl may be making her way to the big screen in the near future.

Stargirl is just about to get her own TV series and possibly her very own standalone movie in the DCEU soon.

Warner Bros. has plans to bring Courtney Whitmore into the DCEU soon, and it looks like they’re hoping to nab a big star to play her.

Sources leaked that Variety confirmed this week that one name on the studio’s wishlist for the part is Jennifer Lawrence.

Lawrence is no stranger to the superhero world, after playing Mystique across four movies in Fox’s X-Men franchise.

In addition to that, it’s said that she’d theoretically have an opening in her schedule to join another comic book universe. It’s important to note, however, that the Hunger Games star is just one name under consideration and no formal offer has been made as yet.

It’s unclear how exactly Warner Bros. plans to use Stargirl in the DCEU, at this point its all speculation.

WGTC reported that it has been long been rumored that Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam movie would play in the sandbox of the Justice Society and introduce a few members of the Golden Age superhero team. The Rock himself just confirmed that this is the case, too, while back in March, That Hashtag Show reported that Stargirl would appear in the film.

The Stargirl TV series features Brec Bassinger in the lead, is due to kick off with a 13-episode first season. It will premiere in early 2020 and episodes will drop first on DC Universe before airing on The CW the very next day.

We will see how this all plays out.