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Ruby Rose is 'Batwoman.' Courtesy The CW

Supergirl and Batwoman Unite on “Elseworlds” Set

Talk about girl power. The ladies of the DCEU are assembling and we are actually giddy. Supergirl and Batwoman posed together for a pic on the set of the upcoming crossover event, “Elseworlds.” Melissa Benoist posted the smiley pic with new costar, Ruby Rose, who fans are anxious to see as Batwoman. They look so fierce together and are clearly having a good time on set.

It looks like the actors are doing some very early or very late shoot with a dark sky behind them. However, the long hours don’t appear to be bringing down the mood. Benoist is sporting a gushing grin next to the newcomer. She said that her costar is “kicking ass” on set, but we didn’t expect any less. Rose has impressed us since kicking off her TV career on Orange is the New Black and we are thrilled to see her in the role.

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Rose already has the steely gaze of Batwoman on lock and her costume looks incredible. That’s a serious mask and the red accents from belt to hair and stunning. We got our first look at Batwoman’s attire earlier this month and it blew us away. Rose is seriously rocking it, and we cannot wait to see her fly into action.

Green Arrow actor Stephen Amell also shared a photo from the “Elseworlds” set of two costars filming a scene. Supergirl and Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) are seen strolling side by side, fists clenched and ready for action. There must not be any serious spoilers here if he was able to share it, but we do get a look at Superman’s iconic red cape over his blue suit.

“Elseworlds” will be a three-night event jumping across the CW’s DCEU properties, excluding Legends of Tomorrow. Supergirl will kick things off December 9 followed by Arrow on December 10 with the conclusion coming on The Flash December 11.

Featured Image: Ruby Rose is ‘Batwoman.’ Courtesy The CW

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