Batwoman showrunner Caroline Dries discusses casting Krypton's Wallis Day as an altered version of Kate Kane, whose eventual return will "rattle" Ryan's confidence.
Javicia Leslie made her debut on “Batwoman,” Sunday, following the departure of former Batwoman, Ruby Rose.
The first trailer for the second season of "Batwoman" features incoming star Javicia Leslie donning the cape and cowl previously worn by Ruby Rose.
Kate Kane will be gone, but alive and kicking, when The CW's Batwoman opens Season 2 in early 2021. Aiming to "clarify any misinformation out there," showrunner Caroline Dries on Wednesday made clear that in the name of dealing with Ruby Rose's abrupt parting of ways with the Arrowverse series, the character she played will […]
Batwoman is opting to erase, rather than recast, Kate Kane. TVLine has confirmed that the CW series will create a brand new character to don Batwoman's cape in Season 2 in the wake of Ruby Rose's sudden departure. Further details on the new character have not been released officially, but Decider reports that a leaked casting breakdown referred […]
Ruby Rose wanted off Batwoman — and no one was going to stand in her way. Although the actress' sudden, surprising departure from The CW superhero drama after just one season was framed on Tuesday as her choice and her choice alone, sources confirm to TVLine that the split was — at best — a mutual one. […]
Ruby Rose is stepping away from the titular role of the CW's 'Batwoman.' The actress said in a statement, 'This was not a decision I made lightly.'
Ruby Rose is bringing awareness to World Mental Health Day by sharing her journey with depression and PTSD.
Ruby Rose admits that lying about an on-set injury made her "feel sick." Now, she's happy that she opened up about the emergency surgery she had to get as a result.
Their time is now. Well, in about six weeks, actually. The CW has unfurled the key art for its new fall drama series Batwoman and Nancy Drew. Have a look at their posterized personifications below. They will be deployed in the network's outdoor, print and digital marketing campaigns for the shows, which premiere in October. Written by […]
The CW has placed series orders for “Batwoman,” “Riverdale” spinoff “Katy Keene” and a new take on “Nancy Drew.”Meanwhile, a series order of “Glamorous” is still in contention, with a decision to come at a later time. However, the network opted not to go forward with the current pilot of “The Lost Boys” and is planning to reshoot it. The CW has passed on the pilot for “Jane the Virgin” spinoff “Jane the Novella,” according to a person with knowledge of the situation.Based on the characters from DC, “Batwoman” is written by Caroline Dries, who executive produces with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Geoff Johns, David Nutter, and director Marcos Siega.Per the network: Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate Kane (star Ruby Rose) soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city’s criminal resurgence. But don’t call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham’s symbol of hope.”Also Read: Priscilla Quintana to Lead the CW's 'Pandora', Rest of Cast Set“Katy Keene,” a spinoff from the CW’s popular series “Riverdale,” star Ashleigh Murray as an older version of her character from the Archie Comics high school drama. The move will necessitate Murray’s exit from “Riverdale” as a full-time cast member.Per the network: In a timeless New York City, as enchanting as “Riverdale” is moody, aspiring fashion designer Katy Keene (Lucy Hale) meets Josie McCoy (Murray), fresh off the bus to chase her musical dreams. Their world is populated with kindred-spirit starving artists, including mysterious socialite Pepper Smith (Julia Chan) and Broadway-bound performer Jorge Lopez – and his drag queen alter ego, Ginger (Jonny Beauchamp). While their climb to the top is rife with obstacles, this found family will stop at nothing to see their names in lights. Based on the Archie Comics characters.“Katy Keene” is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Michael Grassi. Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Archie Comics CEO and Publisher Jon Goldwater will executive produce, along with director Maggie Kiley.Also Read: With Batman Off-Limits, How Some DC Comics TV Shows Have Found a Workaround“Nancy Drew” will star newcomer Kennedy McMann. Noga Landau, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage write and executive produce along with Lis Rowinski. Melinda Hsu Taylor is also an Executive Producer. Director Larry Teng co-executive produces.Per the network: Set in the summer after her high school graduation, 18-year-old Nancy Drew (McMann) thought she’d be leaving her hometown for college, but when a family tragedy holds her back another year, she finds herself embroiled in a ghostly murder investigation — and along the way, uncovers secrets that run deeper than she ever imagined.“Nancy Drew” is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Fake Empire. “Batwoman” is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. “Kaney Keene” is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios.Read original story ‘Batwoman,’ ‘Riverdale’ Spinoff ‘Katy Keene’ and ‘Nancy Drew’ Picked Up to Series by The CW At TheWrap
The “Orange Is the New Black” star has been crowned the “most dangerous celebrity” to search online in 2018, according to security firm McAfee. Rose generates the “riskiest search results that could potentially expose their fans to malicious websites,” according to McAfee’s study. McAfee said searches for Rose — set to play Batwoman in an upcoming CW series — often exposed fans to “malicious” sites and malware.
Jungle Cruise, the upcoming blockbuster starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, will reportedly feature Disney's first openly gay character. While that's progress for sure, there is some criticism over the casting of the role.
Ruby Rose fought back tears as she recalled her reaction to being cast in "Batwoman," the first show to focus on an LGBT superhero.
Orange Is the New Black‘s Ruby Rose has been sentenced to life in the superhero history books. The Australian actress has landed the coveted, titular role in Batwoman, which The CW is developing as a standalone series. The character will make her first appearance in the network’s three-way, Legends-less Arrowverse crossover event, set to air […]
While it’s not a done deal quite yet, it paves the way for Parliament to legally recognize the unions of gay and lesbian couples. Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister of Australia, said it should be legal “before Christmas.”