Batwoman Adds One Of The Birds Of Prey

Batwoman Adds One Of The Birds Of Prey

Batwoman Adds One Of The Birds Of Prey

According to the report, Alice is the equivalent of Batwoman's Joker.

Alice's real name in comic books is Elizabeth Kane, and is the long-lost twin sister of Kate Kane (a.k.a. Batwoman).

Skarsten will play Alice, the Joker-esque leader of the Wonderland Gang, whose sole objective is to spread terror across the city.

And, of course, the big question mark is if Alice will have the same secret as she did in the comics.

It's unclear if Batwoman will maintain the familial connection between Kate and Alice.

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Skarsten starred in The WB's short-lived Birds of Prey as Dinah Lance, the Black Canary. Ruby Rose has yet to be announced for a future appearance on one of The CW's many Arrowverse series, including The Flash and Supergirl, but she will return as Batwoman in the upcoming pilot, which has yet to receive a release date. Additionally, Skarsten had parts in Fifty Shades of Grey and Molly's Game.

Camrus Johnson will portray Luke Fox, described as: A Dark Knight loyalist and son of Wayne's R&D director Lucius Fox, Luke works to keep Wayne Tower secure in his boss's absence. Meagan Tandy is playing Sophie Moore, Kate Kane's lover from their time in military academy.

Currently, Batwoman is preparing to shoot its pilot episode, and from there it will be decided if it moves on to series. It remains in contention for a full season pickup by The CW.

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