A standalone TV series focusing on Batwoman with Rose as the lead is also in development with The Vampire Diaries' Caroline Dries writing the script, reports THR. 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.
More as it fires in. We're eager to see her take on the character, and hopefully see her shine in her own series soon. Because we couldn't ask for anything better than to see Rose star as Batwoman in a solo CW series.
The series is part of a collection on The CW focusing on characters from the DC Comics universe. However, Kate still deals with her inner demons that go back to her history with her dad. In a piece of pitch-perfect casting, the gender-fluid and openly gay actress will be playing the lesbian caped crusader in The CW's ever-expanding Arrowverse. 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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Orange is no longer the new black for Ruby Rose, who is trading in her orange jumpsuit for a Batwoman costume!
Like her counterpart Batman, Batwoman is based in Gotham City, where she fights crime and kicks butt. But he added it had been established that Batman existed in the Arrowverse as the Green Arrow character had made reference to him previously. She'll reprise her role as the mute assassin Ares in John Wick 3: Parabellum, and will pop up as Jaxx Herd in the sci-fi action-thriller The Meg later this year.