Orange Is The New Black’s Ruby Rose has been cast as Batwoman


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.

"Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind", Batwoman is still working on the whole "hero" thing as she "must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope", according to Variety. Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter will also executive produce via Berlanti Productions. Based on the characters from DC.

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Batwoman is expected to premiere in 2019. 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.

But don't call her a hero yet.

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Model and actress Ruby Rose, star of the forthcoming Kiwi-shot film The Meg, will play Kate Kane, aka Batwoman, Batman's cousin. Adding to that, DC Comics describes her as having "self-destructive tendencies when it comes to personal relationships".

She has also appeared in XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, Resident Evil: Final Chapter, John Wick: Chapter Two, and Pitch Perfect 3. The crossover events began with "Flash vs. Arrow" in 2014 and the last multi-show storyline "Crisis on Earth-X" premiered a year ago.

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Tweeted one person: "No tea no shade, but is Ruby Rose the only lesbian actress Hollywood knows, or do they just don't want to take any chances by hiring an unknown lesbian actress and giving her a chance to rise in her career?" In fact, Batwoman was one of the most popular books of the early New 52 era before the creative team of W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III left the book after DC refused to let Batwoman marry Maggie Sawyer. She once aspired to have a successful military career, but those dreams sadly came to an end as she was kicked out of West Point once she came out of the closet. "Ruby Rose is too famous to star in a CW show and casting her is actually homophobic".