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On Friday night I came across the next program in the ever continuing DC Comics Arrowverse for The CW, Batwoman. They were shooting scenes for episode 104. If you are thinking "wait, did you not already do episode 104 a few weeks ago?", you would be correct. But this was for additional scenes that they either did not have time to shoot at that time, or, they decided later to add. Every show does them from time to time, it is rare for me to report on the original, and pick up scenes though.... especially at the same location.
The crew was back at the Vancouver Club building in Downtown Vancouver. Of course last time I was there, I got to exclusively report o seeing the Batwoman costume out and about for the first time in Vancouver publicly, just not worn by the shows star, Ruby Rose. That night a pair of stunt doubles had the costumes on. While Ruby was dressed as Kate Kane.
The opening scene I saw shot was a young girl and her mother standing in front of the "City Of Gotham Museum Of Antiques". The girl reaches down to grab something off the ground, shows her mother, when a moment later some major incident catches everyones attention and they all look up, and forward in panic.
After that scene. It was time for some stunt work. The stunt doubles did a great scene where Batwoman takes a running jump off a staircase, does a roll, and lands next to a child who she then protects all in 1 motion. As someone who was pretty athletic when I was younger, I will say, the ease this stunt person did the scene with amazes me. This actually would officially be the first time I saw Batwoman in action, as the last time I just saw the people coming & going from the building. After the stunts team did the heavy lifting, the shows star came in, for the first time I have heard of anywhere in Vancouver on set in her full Batwoman outfit. An important detail too is, this confirms that by episode 4, she will have the full costume we all see in the promo images. It was reported by anyone that has seen the full pilot already, she does not end up with the full design in the pilot.
Once Ruby was on set as Batwoman, a scene was shot with her, and a young child actor where she protects the child from a threat, while pulling out a Batarang and making the would be threat aware she isnt messing around. Once the threat seems to be done, the young girl emerges from under Batwomans cape, says something to Batwoman, and Batwoman allows her to touch her face/mask.
The one interesting thing I noticed during the evening was, that at one point they changed the generally white Batsignal to a dark red (in the photos, the red doesnt seem nearly as dark as it did in person... maybe it will look darker on TV). I dont know if this was something specific for this scene, or if Batwoman will have an all red logo all the time. Guess we will have to wait and see.
After that scene, they went on a lunch break, and I opted to end my night there, as I had been working another set earlier in the day, and this was going on 10+ hours of sets for me.
Batwoman will debut on The CW in the U.S. this October.
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