Aquaman's Jason Momoa Weighs In On CW's Elseworlds Event A new TV spot for the Arrowverse's "Elseworlds" crossover has debuted online, which shows Aquaman star Jason Momoa talking about the event in a unique way. Momoa wonders which DC hero Arthur Curry/Aquaman would switch bodies with, before deciding to leave that up to Oliver and Barry.
Batwoman Is Epic In "Elseworlds" Part 2Batwoman will interact with our heroes both as Batwoman and as Kate Kane, so you'll see both sides of that character and that performance.
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New Arrowverse 'Elseworlds' Poster ArrivesThe heroes of the Arrowverse team up with Batwoman in a brand-new poster for this year's "Elseworlds" crossover event. This will mark the third time the heroes have banded together, outside of guest appearances in each other's shows.
Caity Lotz: Constantine's Baggage Will Cause 'DC's Legends Of Tomorrow' Some Issues; Dishes On S4 #AvaLance"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" is back for Season 4 on The CW and Caity Lotz tells Access about how Constantine joining the team -- and the baggage he brings – will cause the heroes some trouble.
First Look At Ruby Rose Arrowverse Crossover's New HeroThe CW has released a first look at Ruby Rose as Kate Kane aka Batwoman.
CW’s ‘Arrowverse’ Crossover Brings In New FacesAccording to SFGate, there are new faces coming to the “Arrow” universe. “Arrow” star Stephen Amell’s wife, Cassandra Jean Amell will be joining the cast in December.
Ruby Rose Has Deleted Her Twitter AccountComicbook.com reports that it seems she's had to make some changes on social media due to the reaction.
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Ruby Rose Is Batwoman In The ArrowverseKim Horcher and Matt Acevedo talk about how the CW plans to introduce Batwoman in the upcoming ´Arrow´ series.
Ruby Rose Explains Why Batwoman Role Is Meaningful To HerRose revealed that she got emotional when she found out she had been cast as the superhero.
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