‘Batwoman’: Ruby Rose Posts Scathing Exposé Of Working Conditions On The CW Set

Ruby Rose detailed the misconduct that took place on set. The post ‘Batwoman’: Ruby Rose Posts Scathing Exposé Of Working Conditions On The CW Set appeared first on Heroic Hollywood.

‘Batwoman’: Ruby Rose Posts Scathing Exposé Of Working Conditions On The CW Set

Former Batwoman star Ruby Rose took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to post a series of scathing statements that blast The CW and various producers for the show’s terrible working conditions.

Ruby Rose departed from the Batwoman series as Kate Kane just after its first season wrapped. It was clear that there was contention between the star and producers behind the set, and Rose’s back surgery after a stunt gone awry forced the star to call it quits on The CW show. However, a series of Instagram story posts indicate that Rose didn’t actually “quit” the show. It was previously reported that the star left the show due to long work hours.

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In the lengthy statement, the former Kate Kane actor alleges terrible working conditions on the set and inappropriate actions taken by the show’s exec team. Rose alleges that Peter Roth, President of Warner Bros. Television forced her to work 10 days after her neck surgery. The surgery left Rose nearly paralyzed. Roth insisted that if she didn’t return on the set of Batwoman, the “whole cast and crew would be fired”.

Ruby Rose also recounted how Caroline Dries, a producer, and writer on Batwoman, didn’t shut down production when COVID-19 cases were rampant until the government demanded so. Rose insists that this lack of leadership and foresight led to numerous set accidents, which included a stunt double receiving third-degree burns.

The star mentioned in the statement that she would never return to the show but welcomed the opportunity earlier this March, saying that she’d “…totally do it…  I would absolutely do anything they wanted as far as that.”

Ruby Rose also stated that co-star Dougray Scott “abused” women on The CW set and the production team failed to stop him from yelling and chastising workers on set. There are numerous allegations presented by Rose, which The CW, nor any of the Batwoman team have responded to as of yet.

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Batwoman season three is currently airing with Javicia Leslie in the lead role of Ryan Wilder, a fighter who stumbled upon the Batwoman costume. Ruby Rose was replaced by Wallis Day during the show’s second season. Also, be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original content!

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‘Wonder Woman’: Gal Gadot Almost Walked Away From Sequel Over Salary Demands

Gal Gadot got her big payday. The post ‘Wonder Woman’: Gal Gadot Almost Walked Away From Sequel Over Salary Demands appeared first on Heroic Hollywood.

‘Wonder Woman’: Gal Gadot Almost Walked Away From Sequel Over Salary Demands

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot revealed she almost walked away from the sequel if Warner Bros. could not meet her salary demands.

Wonder Woman was a huge success for the DC Extended Universe during a time where all of their films failed to gain critical traction. Gal Gadot’s solo debut as the superheroine was praised for its emphasis on human connection, action sequences, and inspiring messages. The film went on to make over $800 million at the box office, breaking down notions that superhero movies starring women would flop at the box office. When it came time for the sequel, however, Gadot was ready to walk away if Warner Bros. couldn’t meet her salary demands.

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Gal Gadot revealed that she was prepared to walk away from the role in an interview with Elle.

“If you look at it like a card game, my hand got better. I was willing to drop the ball and not do it if I wasn’t paid fairly.”

When asked if she thought she would lose out on getting the pay raise, Gal Gadot affirmed that she knew what she was doing was right.

“No, because when I’m righteous, I’m also right.”

Gal Gadot was paid a painstakingly low $300,000 for the first Wonder Woman – an exorbitantly low number when compared to other Hollywood A-listers who have joined the superhero game. Gadot ended up making 30 times that amount ($9,000,000) for Wonder Woman 1984. One can only speculate what the Israeli star will make for the upcoming threequel.

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Here is the synopsis for Wonder Woman 1984:

Patty Jenkins returns to direct the next chapter in the story, which finds Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) living and working among mortals, remaining selfless in a vibrant era of excess and “having it all.” But her own values are challenged as she reunites with a lost love while stepping into the spotlight to help humanity escape a dangerous world of its own making. Also starring Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen.

Directed by Patty Jenkins from a script she co-wrote with David Callaham and a treatment she developed with Geoff Johns, the film stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Natasha Rothwell, Ravi Patel, Gabriella Wilde, Connie Nielson, and Robin Wright.

Wonder Woman 1984 is available on Digital HD, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. Stay tuned for all the latest news on the future of the Wonder Woman franchise as we learn it and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content!

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