The CW has unveiled the first official image of Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, a.k.a. Batwoman, as she'll appear in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover "Elseworlds". The crossover is also scrambling up the regularly scheduled programming by swapping around the dates these series usually air - Flash will take over Supergirl's Sunday slot to kick things off, moving on to Arrow on Monday, and then Supergirl on Tuesday.
The picture shows Rose striding forward in a black and red bodysuit with a cape and mask.
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The costume, seen here, was designed by Oscar winning designer Colleen Atwood, and is pretty much ripped from the page. Along with the her lesbian identity, The Hollywood Reporter points out, Kate Kane comes "armed with a passion for social justice and flair for speaking her mind".
Rose has said that when she got the role, she "kept spontaneously crying" because she was so thrilled to play Batwoman. "But don't call her a hero yet".
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The CW debuted Ruby Rose's Batwoman costume, and it was as fierce as expected.
In her real life she is Katherine (later Kate) Kane, a wealthy Gotham City heiress who, inspired by Batman's heroic deeds, created for herself a superhero alter-ego. Fans objected to Rose playing Batwoman, who will be openly gay in the crossover, despite the actress being lesbian. "I came out at 12?" she tweeted before her exit. "But hey/ love a challenge I just wish women and the LGBT community supported each other more, My wish was we were all a little kinder and more supportive of each other..."
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