Sad news for all "Batwoman" fans, the star of the upcoming CW series will not be coming to Comic-Con.
33-year-old Ruby Rose took to her Instagram Thursday night to deliver the devastating news. In the video, the actress apologized, explaining that the "Batwoman" team needed more time to finish the “ambitious episode.”
Looking upset in the video Rose said, “I’m not going to be there, which stinks, a lot. But just know that we tried everything that we could humanly to be there."
She continued, "It wasn’t until really now that we realized there wasn’t any other way to finish this episode, this ambitious episode that we’re doing, and create this amazing show that really is special."
“We want you to love it and be proud of it, and be entertained and to laugh and to cry and to be empowered,” she continued. “And that means that in this particular instance, I got to work and bring Kate Kane, 'Batwoman' to the screen.”
The Aussie actress ended the video by thanking her fans for their support and promising to “make it up to” them.
"Batwoman" is set to premiere on Oct. 6 on The CW as it follows Rose’s Kane as she takes over responsibility for Gotham in the absence of her cousin, Bruce Wayne.
Speaking to EW, Show runner Caroline Dries praised Rose, who is the first LGBTQ superhero to headline a TV series.
“She’s everything that I wish I could be, that I had the guts to be,” Dries said. “She’s a really courageous, no bulls— badass who knows herself very well and is not afraid of sharing that with the world.”