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Ruby Rose Reacts To Wallis Day Being Cast As The New Kate Kane On 'Batwoman'

Ruby Rose Reacts To Wallis Day Being Cast As The New Kate Kane On 'Batwoman'

Ruby Rose is sending her congratulations to Wallis Day!

If you missed it, it was revealed that Ruby‘s Batwoman character Kate Kane has been recast with Wallis.

Now, Ruby sent her love on Instagram story and said she is “stoked” about the casting.

“I’m sorry I didn’t congratulate @wallisday yesterday.. I knew about the casting beforehand and didn’t know when it aired so i forgot to,” she shared. “But I’m stoked for her! I’m seeing all the things I’m tagged in with people sad or wondering how I felt .. I feel great I have nothing but good vibes.”

Wallis also took to Instagram to express her excitement for her new role.

“Super excited to finally announce I’m joining the cast of Batwoman. I’m sure you can imagine how much this means to me and how incredible it’s been working on the show so far. It’s a huge responsibility stepping into the shoes of a character that’s already been established and it’s a journey I’m looking forward to being a part of and hoping you guys do too,” Wallis said. “Everyone’s made me feel so welcome and it’s amazing being back home with my DC family 🦇♥️”

Wallis can be seen throughout the rest of the season of Batwoman as we learn about what happened to Kate’s plane.

Wallis Day To Take Over Ruby Rose's Kate Kane Role On 'Batwoman'

Wallis Day To Take Over Ruby Rose's Kate Kane Role On 'Batwoman'

Wallis Day will be playing Kate Kane on The CW’s Batwoman!

The 26-year-old actress is taking over the role originally played by Ruby Rose in season one, THR reports.

If you missed it, in the season two premiere it was revealed that Kate Kane had gone missing after a plane crash.

On this past Sunday night’s episode of Batwoman, Kate was revealed to be alive, but she is unrecognizable due to her injuries. She was shown bandaged up and held hostage.

It is important to note that although Kate Kane has reappeared, Javicia Leslie‘s Ryan Wilder will continue to be Batwoman.

Earlier this month, Ruby had even just said that she would be down to return to the Kate Kane role!

“I mean, I’m obviously moving on to other roles as I think I’ve done about three films since. I would totally do it,” she told “I don’t think it would serve the story because I think building the new Batwoman is more important than going back too far into Kate Kane, but of course I would, I would absolutely do anything they wanted as far as that.”

“I haven’t watched the whole thing, but I’ve watched a couple of episodes, and I think how they’re handling it is beautiful. I think it’s her time to shine,” Ruby added.

If you missed it, Batwoman has received an early season three renewal!

Ruby Rose, Taylor Zakhar Perez & More Join Paris Berelc In Gamer Movie '1UP'

Ruby Rose, Taylor Zakhar Perez & More Join Paris Berelc In Gamer Movie '1UP'

Ruby Rose has joined the cast of the upcoming film 1UP!

The former Batwoman actress is taking over the role from Elliot Page, who has stepped away from the project, THR reports.

Also joining the cast are The Kissing Booth 2‘s Taylor Zakhar Perez, Hari Nef and Nicholas Coombe.

Fans may have already guessed that Taylor, Hari and Nicholas were cast in the film as they have been seen in Instagram photos posted by Paris Berelc and director Kyle Newman.

The movie is the first from Buzzfeed Studios and Lionsgate’s partnership, and production began back in November in Toronto.

Here’s a synopsis: A female gamer named Vivian Lee (Berelc) quits her college eSports team rather than put up with sexism from her male counterparts. But with her scholarship on the line, she is forced to assemble a Varsity caliber, all-women’s team that can compete with the boys.

With the help of an enigmatic coach (Rose) who returns to the spotlight after her own GamerGate scandal, the young woman recruits an unlikely crew of unskilled misfits to kick some serious gamer butt.

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'Batwoman' Reveals What Happened To Ruby Rose's Kate Kane

'Batwoman' Reveals What Happened To Ruby Rose's Kate Kane


The second season of Batwoman premiered on Sunday night (January 17) and addressed one thing on everyone’s mind…

The season kicked off addressing what happened to Kate Kane, who was played by Ruby Rose in season one.

Kate was on a plane that had suffered a technical failure while flying over Gotham City and came crashing down. Though the plane crashed, Kate’s body has not been found, so she is now missing.

During the episode, Alice (Rachel Skarsten) received a paper airplane from a newspaper clipping about Kate’s disappearance, and on it, “Consider Us Even – Safiyah,” was written in red, hinting that Safiyah Sohail was responsible for the plane crash.

After Ruby Rose announced she was leaving the show, showrunner Caroline Dries confirmed that the character would not be killed off.

“We’ll never erase her. In fact, her disappearance will be one of the mysteries of Season 2. I don’t want to give away any of our surprises, but to all our devoted fans, please know that LGBTQ+ justice is at the very core of what Batwoman is and we have no intention of abandoning that,” she previously told TV Line last summer.

Ruby Rose Reportedly Slid Into This Reality Star's DMs After Coming Out

Ruby Rose Reportedly Slid Into This Reality Star's DMs After Coming Out

Ruby Rose Says Leaving 'Batwoman' Seemed 'Like The Right Thing To Do'

Ruby Rose Says Leaving 'Batwoman' Seemed 'Like The Right Thing To Do'

Ruby Rose is speaking out about the decision to part ways with Batwoman.

The 34-year-old actress shocked fans when she announced the news back in May, and she’s now opening up about it.

“I think what played a bigger part [in the decision], we got shut down early. We didn’t get to finish the first season, which is such a shame, especially for a first season show,” Ruby said on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show. “Um, and then we went into lockdown with COVID and thinking of in quarantine and locked down, there was a lot of thought and reflection and kind of everyone did it.”

“You know, we all kind of thought about where we’re at and, and, and so did, uh, Warner Brothers and Greg [Berlanti], and we were discussing the show and we had a conversation and, you know, I had a great time on Batwoman,” she continued. “I am so proud of what we achieved. We set out to achieve something pretty significant, you know, the first ever live action Batwoman and the first ever, you know, out gay superhero, her and Kate Kane. And I love that character and the whole experience, but we did have a discussion and we sort of mutually agreed that probably what was best for the show, um, at the time was they go in a different direction and I go in a different direction. It was tough cause it was sad cause we will love each other, but also it made sense for so many different reasons.”

Ruby add that she’s looking forward to season two and she still keeps in touch with the cast.

“And you know, I think at the end of the day, like, oh, I’m really excited to watch season two. I think the show is great,” she said. “I love the cast. I’m still in contact with everyone, but it was, it was a decision that we, we talked about, we discussed, we slept on. Um, but at the time with all that reflection, it just seemed like the right thing to do.”

Ruby Rose on Leaving ‘Batwoman’

Ruby Rose Reacts to Javicia Leslie's 'Batwoman' Casting

Ruby Rose Reacts to Javicia Leslie's 'Batwoman' Casting

Ruby Rose is super ecstatic for Javicia Leslie to be the new Batwoman!

The former star, who stepped away from the role, shared her excitement on Instagram.

“OMG!! This is amazing!! I am so glad Batwoman will be played by an amazing Black woman. ❤️ I want to congratulate Javicia Leslie on taking over the bat cape. You are walking into an amazing cast and crew. I can’t wait to watch season 2 you are going to be amazing !! ❤️,” Ruby captioned a photo of Javicia.

“For all of the little black girls dreaming to be a superhero one day… it’s possible!” Javicia wrote with an announcement on her own page.

Earlier in the day, it was revealed that Javicia would take on the new role of Ryan Wilder, who will become the new Batwoman.