Ruby Rose cast as lesbian Batwoman for CW

Ruby Rose is The CW's Batwoman

Ruby Rose is The CW's Batwoman

Batwoman is set to make her debut during the annual Arrowverse crossover in the fall among Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. The character is described as a hero with a flair for social justice who isn't afraid to speak her mind, something Rose is very familiar with as a vocal advocate for LGBT rights. But don't call her hero yet.

Just after its announcement of Batwoman as the CW's next DC superhero series, the network has found its star.

The crossover event is set to happen sometime in December.

Batwoman is in development with Greg Berlanti and The Vampire Diaries' Caroline Dries showrunning and the latter penning the pilot script. Batwoman was originally introduced by DC in 1956 as Kathy Kane, a love interest for Batman.

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When the CW announced its plans to bring Batwoman to the Arrowverse, marking the first-ever appearance of the character on television, DC Comics fans dreamt up a list of actresses they felt would be ideal for the part.

According to Variety, there will be a Batwoman series with Ruby Rose cast as the lead.

But you can quash your hopes that a Batwoman solo series means we'll see Batman in the Arrowverse. If the show is picked up, Rose will fly onto small screens at some point in 2019 for the first-ever TV series focusing on an LGBTQ superhero. She made her debut in Detective Comics #233 and 50 years later, a new Batwoman appeared in the DC Universe.

In her multi-hyphenate career as a model, musician, and actress, Ruby Rose has travelled all around the world. She went on to appear in films like "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter", "xXx: Return of Xander Cage", "John Wick: Chapter 2", and "Pitch Perfect 3". Based on the characters from DC.

She emerged in the media spotlight as a presenter on MTV Australia, followed by several high-profile modelling gigs, notably as the face of Maybelline New York in Australia.

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