SAS: RED NOTICE Star Ruby Rose Would Return To BATWOMAN But Doesn't Think It Would Serve The Story - EXCLUSIVE

Talking to us about her new movie SAS: Red Notice, Ruby Rose says she would be open to reprising the role of Kate Kane to wrap up her arc in Batwoman, but doesn't believe that's what is best for the show.

SAS: Red Notice is set to be released in the U.S. on March 16th, and arrives in the UK on March 12th where it will premiere on Sky Cinema.

Based on Andy McNab's book of the same name, the action-packed thriller follows Tom Buckingham (Sam Heughan), a suspended special forces operator who finds himself taking on heavily armed mercenaries on a train deep inside the Channel Tunnel when it's attacked by Grace Lewis (Ruby Rose) and her team as they declare economic war on the British government.

It's a Die Hard-esque adventure which proves to be a lot of fun, and we were recently able to catch up with Rose to discuss her role.

Since leaving Batwoman, the actress has talked a lot about why she left The CW series, but not whether there's a possibility we could see her return to finish off Kate Kane's story (the series has certainly left the door open for that by not killing the character off).

Here's what Rose told us when we asked if a one-off appearance might be in the cards:

"I mean, I'm obviously moving on to other roles as I think I've done about three films since. I would totally do it. I don't think it would serve the story because I think building the new Batwoman is more important than going back too far into Kate Kane, but of course I would, I would absolutely do anything they wanted as far as that [Laughs]. I haven't watched the whole thing, but I've watched a couple of episodes, and I think how they're handling it is beautiful. I think it's her time to shine."

So, never say never, but it's probably not going to happen just yet. We don't know how Kate's story will be concluded without an appearance from Rose, but if The CW come calling, perhaps she'll answer!

We'll have more from her soon, but you can watch our full interview with the former Batwoman above.

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