The former star of the CW superhero series surprised fans after it was announced he would depart as the main character – the network would rearrange the role.
A little more than a week after news broke that The CW’s latest entry in the Arrowverse blockbuster franchise will go where there is no series before it goes, Ruby Rose has broken the silence his surprise departure from “Batwoman.”
The series has been solved by leading the first gay direct action superhero when taken after Rose’s inaugural character for the 2018 Arrowverse crossover event “Elseworlds.”
The grind was reportedly a big part of why Rose finally chose to leave the event, although sources say Variation the decision is not necessarily entirely his. But even those reports seem to indicate that his dissatisfaction with the tiring speed of his first role starring in a traditional broadcast series is a factor.
With rampant speculation about what was happening behind the scenes, Ruby finally broke the silence while sharing fan edits of the shows made after her departure was announced.
Unfortunately for fans who are looking for juice, they may have to wait a little longer – but maybe not forever. “I remain silent because it is my choice for now but know I admire all of you,” he wrote in a statement to him. Instagram post.
He participated in the latest and even more ambitious crossover show (“Crisis on Infinite Earths”) on his way to the debut season of the 20 premiere episode. The last two episodes of the season were canceled after the television production pandemic COVID-19 was closed.
The post was largely optimistic and uplifting, with Rose praising “the cast, crew, producer and studio,” and touting that he was sure Season 2 would be “extraordinary.” She also took a moment to admit, “how big is this for TV and for our community,” referring to her position as an LGBTQ + actress who plays a gay super hero in a leading role on broadcast television.
As for the decision to finally leave the show, Rose made fans keep guessing by teasing, saying, “That was not an easy decision, but those who knew, knew.”
That certainly implies that there is something to know, just as “my choice for now” suggests that there may be a time when he chooses to open up more about his experiences on the show and what led to this decision.
As for The CW, the network announced it would look for “a new lead actress and member of the LGBTQ community, in the coming months.” With the coronavirus pandemic still affecting production, they have more time than usual to make sure they do it right.
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