The CW has released, via THR, a first look image at their new Batwoman.
Let's skip the preamble.
The three-night crossover kicks off with "The Flash" on December 5, but a spinoff series starring Rose has already been eyed by the network with a potential premiere date in 2019.
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Out came the safety auto after debris littered the track following a coming together between Kevin Magnussen and Charles Leclerc. He was up to sixth by the third corner, passing both Toro Rosso, then fifth when he passed Romain Grosjean's Haas into Spoon.
Production on the crossover commences Tuesday in Vancouver.
This achievement is not lost on Rose who expressed her gratitude and excitement for being able to portray Batwoman on the small screen. "Crossover event December 9 at 8pm ET". Should Batwoman be picked up to series, it will join the above-mentioned shows along with Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning in the CW's comic-heavy line-up. This gorgeous version of the costume was designed by none other than frequent Tim Burton collaborator and four-time Oscar-winner Colleen Atwood! The character is described as a hero with a flair for social justice who isn't afraid to speak her mind.
Rose was tapped to play the DC character back in August.
"Elseworlds" begins with The Flash on December 9th, followed by Arrow on December 10th and Supergirl on December 11th. One thing is clear if you've seen her in the John Wick franchise you know she has the chops to throw down. Pumped to see Ruby Rose fight crime? Unfortunately, some of the more negative reactions to Rose's casting were rather rude and harmful, leading to Rose ultimately deleting her Twitter account in order to avoid the negativity and hate.