With the introduction of Ruby Rose as Batwoman also comes with it none other than Gotham City to the Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover.
Writer and producer Marc Guggenheim took to Twitter to offer a first look at Wayne Enterprises and the Gotham City police.
“If you can’t bring Wayne Enterprises to Vancouver, you bring Vancouver to Wayne Enterprises,” Guggenheim tweeted.
Earlier also saw Melissa Benoist post the first pic of Ruby Rose as Batwoman.
— Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) November 1, 2018
You want some #Batwoman/#Supergirl awesomeness? @MelissaBenoist has just granted you it! RT If you are stoked for the #Arrowverse crossover! #Elseworlds #Arrow #TheFlash #RubyRose pic.twitter.com/f2kf3ogOS9
— Batwoman Podcast (@BatwomanPodcast) October 26, 2018
Regarding Batman, while he obviously exists within the Arrowverse, the Caped Crusader won’t be appearing in the crossover or on the shows (Batman will be appearing on the last episode of Gotham next season).
Some fans spotted Supernatural star Jensen Ackles on the set of the crossover and assumed he was playing Batman, but Stephen Amell was quick to shoot the thought down, unfortunately.
“Let me squash this rumor right now,” Stephen Amell tweeted. “Jensen Ackles was on set tonight because he’s Grant Gustin’s #2 fan (I’m #1) and not because he’s playing The Batman.”
The Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover also stars Tyler Hoechlin as Superman and introduces Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane, Cassandra Jean Amell as Nora Fries, Jeremy Davies has been cast in the role of Dr. John Deegan, a doctor at Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane who might be crazier than the inmates he treats, LaMonica Garrett as the Monitor, with John Wesley Shipp reprising his 90s Flash role.
The three-night Arrowverse crossover airs Sunday, Dec. 9 with The Flash, followed by Monday, Dec. 10 with Arrow, and concludes Tuesday, Dec. 11 with Supergirl.