Rose revealed on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon that she found out about her role just an hour before the premiere for her new shark movie The Meg, trying to hold back tears at the event. "It's a game changer. I'm also an emotional wreck because this is a childhood dream", she wrote.
While many people are happy about the CW bringing a lesbian superhero to television, but many in the Arrow-verse fandom aren't sold on the idea of Rose in the role quite yet. While those shows heavily feature LGBT characters, Rose, who identifies as a lesbian, will be the first openly gay hero to headline a series. But while the CW-verse adds new and exciting characters all the time, this particular marriage of casting and character is special.
She shared: "I kept spontaneously crying and I kind of feel like I'm going to do it now, so I'm just going to". "I feel like one motto led to another".
"We grew up with not a lot of money, so I would make my toys and I would make bat wings out of recycled cardboard boxes and I would sleep in them and run around in them and jump off high things", she told Fallon.
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Both Variety and Deadline report that Rose, now appearing in the giant-shark action movie The Meg, has been tapped to portray Kate Kane in both the upcoming Arrow/Flash/Supergirl crossover special and the potential Batwoman series being helmed by Caroline Dries that could air in 2019.
"I get to be Batwoman", Rose said. As a young, gay person, she never felt represented on TV, she said.
First introduced in 1956, Batwoman largely disappeared from continuity until 2006, when she was reintroduced and reinvented.
The now-traditional four-show crossover is set to air this December.