Ruby Rose lands 'dream role' as Batwoman, DC's first openly-gay superhero

Ruby Rose is The CW's Batwoman

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

The show will follow her journey as an out lesbian and vigilante snuffing out the resurgence of criminals in Gotham, but that doesn't mean you should call her a hero just yet.

Batwoman will be introduced in a December crossover event between the network's other DC Comics shows, which include Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning and Legends of Tomorrow.

More as it fires in. We're looking forward to seeing what Ruby Rose can do with this beloved character!

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And "Batwoman" won't be the only show helping to make The CW more inclusive. As well as this, Batwoman will also be the first openly LGBT comic book character to receive their own standalone series. This will be her first live action appearance.

This is a logical move for both Ruby Rose and The CW. He implied he will reserve judgment until Batwoman actually appears on screen, writing, "Her Kate will be down to what the writers do".

The announcement comes after the network said it was searching for an openly lesbian actress to play Batwoman, whose real name is Kara Kane and who fights crime on the streets of Gotham.

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Australian model turned actress Ruby Rose has been cast as Batwoman in a new show by the CW, where she will play an "an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter".

But you can quash your hopes that a Batwoman solo series means we'll see Batman in the Arrowverse. Batwoman took over the stewardship of Gotham City during a storyline that took Batman off to another galaxy and out of his beloved city. The character has previously been in relationships with Renee Montoya and Maggie Sawyer (a connection The CW is surely aware of).

Still riding high after her memorable turn in The Meg and John Wick: Chapter Two, Rose is perhaps the ideal candidate to play Gotham's newfound protector, given she prides herself as a prominent member of the LGBTQ community. She's set to star alongside Jason Statham in this weekend's giant shark flick The Meg.

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