Ruby Rose Explains Why She Got Emotional Over Batwoman Casting

Ruby Rose Explains Why She Got Emotional Over Batwoman Casting

News of Ruby Rose's Batwoman role follows hot on the heels of the casting of transgender actress Nicole Maines, to play transgender superheroine Nia Nal, a.k.a. Dreamer, in another DC Comics show, Supergirl.

Just before she attended the red carpet premiere of The Meg Monday, the Australian actress learned she'd been cast as Batwoman in The CW's next Arrowverse crossover-and that the network will also be developing a Batwoman series for consideration in the 2019-2020 season.

"I was so nervous doing the red carpet that I basically skipped everybody because I was anxious, I kept spontaneously crying, I feel like I'm probably gonna do it now", she explained, before tearing up. I'm also an emotional wreck. because this is a childhood dream, ' she wrote on Instagram.

Rose, 32, admitted she's been overcome with emotion every time she's stopped to think about her latest casting. I'm not a guy; I don't really feel like a woman, but obviously I was born one. Rose even revealed two real-life connections to Batwoman: her mother kept bats inside the house - "she nursed these little pet bats back to life, but then they couldn't go anywhere because they were domesticated" - and Rose used to make batwings out of cardboard boxes and pretend to fly around the house. Rose, some claimed, was the "obvious choice", with others saying they haven't been convinced by her acting abilities.

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"I know a lot of people don't understand that, but I know a few of you do".

"But don't call her a hero yet", the press release continues.

The character, DC Comics' first openly lesbian superhero, will debut on an upcoming crossover episode expected to be aired later in 2018.

The character of Batwoman first appeared in comic books as a romantic interest for Batman.

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