Warner Bros is then planning to move Rose's Batwoman into her own television series in 2019. The first look photo of the actress as the iconic Batwoman debuted on October 9, and Ruby completely transforms into the role of the superhero.
Let's skip the preamble.
The 32-year-old Australian actress shared a photo of herself as Kate Kane, aka Batwoman, ahead of the Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl crossover. If the project makes it to series, Batwoman will be the first gay lead character in a live-action superhero TV show.
A pilot for that series will be filmed after the "crossover event".
Meet The CW's Batwoman. It'll air for three nights in December, starting on Sunday 9th. The costume was designed by award-winning designer Colleen Atwood who is responsible for several other major costumes in the Arrowverse. With her direct connection to Bruce Wayne and his recent name drop in Arrow, it seems like DC's other most famous hero is getting ever closer to hitting the streets of Star City... but with Batwoman around, who needs him? In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope. DC has also announced that the team-up event will introduce comics character The Monitor, a nearly-omnipotent, Multiverse-hopping entity played by Designated Survivor's LaMonica Garrett. This year's crossover event will include The CW's usual trifecta of Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. "Twitter didn't exist, but we would get boxes of letters expressing opinions in all directions from were we making enough change, should we be making more change, or why did we feel like we needed to do these things?" Her casting still somehow proved controversial to some viewers, and the backlash caused Rose to leave social media.