Batwoman: here is the new look of Poison Ivy

Batwoman: here is the new look of Poison Ivy


The third season of Batwoman, produced by The CW and based on the character created by Geoff Johns, here as executive producer of the series along with Greg Berlanti, general supervisor of the Arrowverse, and screenwriter Caroline Dries has been made available on The CW. from October 13, 2021 (you can watch the official trailer for this article).

Now, The CW has finally revealed the new look of Poison Ivy, played by Nicole Kang, after the transformation into the fan favorite Super Villain.

Batwoman: the new look of Poison Ivy

As we all know the last episode of the second season of Batwoman entitled How does your garden grow? turned Dr. Mary Hamilton into Poison Ivy and this is the official description of the supervillain offered to us by The CW:

Now that she is infected with Poison Ivy, the selfless and caring Mary Hamilton (Nicole Kang) we have known and loved, it is giving way to a noxious and poisonous version of itself. No longer satisfied with her supporting role on the Bat Team, Poison Ivy / Mary uses her new powers to make herself heard, stand out and express her opinions and more deeply buried desires, no matter who or what may be in the way of her. she. But the longer Mary waits, the more her fate brings her to the root of her new persona, the more she realizes that her power has blossomed to give birth to another… the most dangerous botany long gone in Gotham.

The new look of Poison Ivy was born from a collaboration of all the staff. Costume designer Maya Mani sought to create a costume that reflected Mary's desire to be seen and heard by those closest to her, while keeping her unique eye for fun and imaginative fashion while makeup manager Cory Roberts tried to imagine an inherently powerful, charming and seductive character. How? Combining beautiful luminous skin, with selected colors to enhance and celebrate Nicole's complexion and structure.

This is the photo that shows us the new look of Poison Ivy:

Caroline Dries, producer executive, said:

“Since we've seen the aftermath of Batman's enemies' weapons, this season we wanted to make some of these 'trophies' more personal for our Bat Team and Mary seemed like the ideal character. to overcome a great photosynthesis. The fun part of making every villain's powers transferable is that we can get deeper into the character, this in perspective of what Mary would create: something elevated, playful, hip and sexy. It was so exciting to work alongside Nicole as we chose her hair color, eye color and, of course, the clothing itself. But it wasn't until Nicole showed up on set and absolutely split with her performance that Poison Ivy Mary's character was complete. "

Nicole Kang, on her Instagram account, added:

“I'm so excited to show you Poison Ivy. She is here ... finally! This is a sentence I never thought I'd say. Wow. In our story, I am very proud that Poison Ivy is a naughty Asian, whose danger does not come from the fact that she is foreign and mysterious. Instead, we discover her personal motivations alongside those of the original Poison Ivy, we see them intertwined in an organic and powerful way. I'm so honored to be a Korean girl following Uma Thurman to play live-action the next Poison Ivy story (what ?!). Let's hope the future has room for others like me and not just to represent a fantastic character. For all you made me hear, scream and become through you, Poison Ivy - thank you. "

Please note that Batwoman Season 3 airs Wednesdays at 9pm ET / PT on The CW. Kang will debut her as Poison Ivy in Pick Your Poison on November 24.

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Nicole Kang gives first look at her Poison Ivy in 'Batwoman'

Nicole Kang stars as Poison Ivy in 'Batwoman' Season 3. Photo by Justina Mintz/The CW

Nov. 19 (UPI) -- Nicole Kang released on Twitter Friday the first look at her character Dr. Mary Hamilton as classic Batman villain Poison Ivy on Batwoman Season 3.

Kang dons a green suit with red hair as giant Venus flytraps surround her in the photo.

Uma Thurman famously portrayed Poison Ivy in 1997 film Batman & Robin, which starred George Clooney as the Dark Knight.

'She's here. And she's the first of her kind. I don't have words to describe what this image says and this moment for me,' Kang said.

'To be next behind THE Uma Thurman has been intimidating to say the least but freeing to say today,' she continued.

Poison Ivy has been teased on Batwoman since the ending of Season 2. The character can control and manipulate plant life while also releasing a pheromone that causes others to become infatuated with her.

The midseason finale of Batwoman Season 3 titled Pick Your Poison, will air Wednesday at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.

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