Ruby Rose Cast As Batwoman In the CW’s DC Crossover & Potential Series


Batwoman will be armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind.

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And the good news just keeps on coming for Ruby Rose, with the actress announcing on Tuesday that she's set to play a lesbian Batwoman in a new CW television series.

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Rose did have a cameo in season 4 but hasn't appeared in the last two seasons, except for a brief mention of the character's name, and a mention of the actor's real name when referencing women with short hair. Grateful to the DC comics writers for reviving this hero and giving us a fun and complicated hero who reflects so many of us, ' she tweeted.

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Following her breakout role as Stella Carlin on Netflix's Orange Is the New Black, Rose made the transition to features with major roles in Vin Diesel's XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, Resident Evil; Final Chapter, John Wick: Chapter Two, and Pitch Perfect 3. Technically, Rose's character Kate Kane, the alter ego of the Gotham defender, will first be arriving on the network's Arrow-verse crossover event this December. The CW is now developing a Batwoman solo series written by Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries), who is also executive producing alongside Sarah Schechter, Geoff Johns, and Arrowverse mastermind Greg Berlanti. Based on the characters from DC. She next stars in the Warner Bros. action film The Meg, which opens this weekend. Chances are this will go to series, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, Batwoman will get their own full-length pilot and won't get a backdoor pilot in the crossover. Rose identifies as gender-fluid, and could bring that aspect to Batwoman, who is already a ground-breaking comic book character as one of the few openly gay DC Comics heroes to headline a solo title. While the project is still in the script stage, with a star of Rose's caliber attached and DC Universe architect Greg Berlanti behind it, it is likely to go to pilot and series. In addition to being an out lesbian, Kate Kane is a highly trained street fighter who must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be the city's symbol of hope.