In August, we learned that Ruby Rose will be The CW's Batwoman.
You can see the first look image below.
Let's skip the preamble.
The character, who will appear in a December 9 crossover event, will be the first LGBTQ character to have her own series in the "Arrowverse". Though she will be introduced in the crossover event, Rose will then transition into her own Batwoman series, which is now in development for the 2019-20 television season at The CW. Her black and red suit, designed by four-time Academy Award victor Colleen Atwood, also nods to the character's previous iterations with a classically cut cape with ruby red shading.
The crossover event, which brings together characters from across all the superhero shows for three episodes, started filming this week in Vancouver. DC's Legends of Tomorrow is sitting out of the crossover this year and Black Lightning is also not involved.
Here’s Our First Look at Ruby Rose as Batwoman
There are a few other things we know about the crossover. Batwoman from their upcoming DC TV Crossover "Elseworlds". "Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Berlanti said: "[Ruby] is terrific in the role, and we're excited for people to see the story".
In the photo, the Australian actress trades in her signature short 'do for the character's fire-red tresses, which flow out of her cowl, just like in the comics.
What are your first impressions of Rose's Batwoman look?
But LGBT and other leftist activists weren't happy; Rose is gender fluid, they complained, and Batwoman's alter ego, Kate Kane, is a self-declared lesbian which means Rose isn't gay enough. Tell us what you're thinking in the comments.
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