Ruby Rose to play Batwoman for CW's superhero universe

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

Ruby Rose is The CW’s Batwoman!

According to Variety, Rose will suit up during an annual crossover event in DC's TV universe that brings together characters from hit shows The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl.

The former "Orange Is The New Black" actor has landed the lead role in a new programme from United States network The CW, and her character will be the first ever openly gay superhero in a TV show.

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An out lesbian, headstrong activist, and fighter with a Liam Neeson-style set of special skills, Kate is poised to serve as Gotham City's protector and symbol of peace. It was just announced that the 32-year-old actress will be filling the highly-coveted role in the CW crossover event with the Arrowverse, as well as in a standalone series. Television. The Vampire Diaries' Caroline Dries, also an out lesbian, will pen the script. First introduced in Detective Comics #233 and created by Edmond Hamilton and Sheldon Moldoff in 1956, Batwoman has gone through two different incarnations and they're both named Katherine. She's already got the hair cut - in the comics, heiress Kate Kane has choppy short hair and dons a red wig as a vigilante to better hide her identity.

Ruby Rose has revealed that she been cast as Batwoman for an upcoming TV series in which the superhero will be the first openly lesbian hero on screens. A full-fledged "Batwoman" series is also now in development.

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Expect the Arrowverse crossover to air sometime this fall on The CW.

Ruby has signed up to play the street-fighting superhero for the new CW series. After all, she still has her own demons to face. She's also one of the few out LGBTQ+ characters in comics. Rose first made a splash in Orange is the New Black in season 3, where her magnetic Stella Carlin made hundreds of women reconsider their sexuality.

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Before Batwoman becomes a reality for Rose, she'll next be seen in Jason Statham's new shark movie The Meg, which hits US cinemas this weekend.

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