Ruby Rose Cast as Batwoman for The CW

Ruby Rose Cast as Batwoman for The CW

Ruby Rose Cast as Batwoman for The CW

The CW announced that Rose will make her first appearance as Kate Kane in the Crossover Event, which will incorporate all four of the shows in the Arrow-verse, namely The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. "Vampire Diaries" creator Caroline Dries, who will write and executive produce "Batwoman", is gay.

A wealthy heiress with a penchant for kicking some criminal keister, Batwoman was first introduced in 1956 as a love interest for Batman in an attempt to quash the homosexual aspersions made by psychiatrist Fredric Wertham in his book Seduction of the Innocent, which claimed that comic books were corrupting the youth of the nation. The series would debut in 2019.

'But don't call her a hero yet.

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Batwoman, aka Kate Kane, is one of several vigilantes who protect Gotham. The CW has officially cast the Orange is the New Black actress as their latest caped hero.

Rose's previous credits include Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, John Wick: Chapter 2 and Pitch Perfect 3.

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?"

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The Kate Kane iteration of the character, which Rose will play, is a lesbian who professes the Jewish faith and is, in the comic books at least, romantically involved with Gotham City detective Renee Montoya. There's no air date for the crossover event as yet. On film, Batwoman appeared in Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, voiced by Kyra Sedgwick, a 2002 direct-to-video animated film based on animated series The New Batman Adventures.

With such a long career in comics, Batwoman will certainly make a great addition to the Arrowverse as the DC TV universe prepares to explore Gotham City.

Whether she gets her own spin-off television series remains to be seen. "Ruby Rose is too famous to star in a CW show and casting her is actually homophobic".

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