JUSTICE LEAGUE Star Ray Fisher Suggests There's Still A Chance He Could Appear In THE FLASH

We figured Ray Fisher was pretty much done playing Cyborg after all of the drama with Warner Bros., but in a new interview, the Justice League star indicates that he might still return for The Flash...

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After Ray Fisher said he'd never work on another project headed up by Warner Bros. boss Walter Hamada (the actor finally spilled the details of what happened during the Justice League reshoots last week), we figured his days playing Cyborg in the DCEU were numbered, but it seems there is still a small chance he could appear in The Flash.

During an interview with Empire, Fisher revealed that he's always seen eye-to-eye with director Andy Muschietti when it comes to how his character should be portrayed, and certainly seemed to indicate that the door hasn't fully closed for him to reprise the role of Victor Stone in the Scarlet Speedster's first solo outing.

“Andy seems to have his head on straight and understood these characters by making it about the relationship more than just a display of superpowers,” said Fisher, who was given the chance to fully develop Cyborg in Zack Snyder's Justice League. “We were on the same page about that, and it’ll be a bummer if there is no way to resolve the issue.”

It sounds like Fisher and Muschietti might still be trying to figure out a way to make this happen!

The Flash is scheduled to begin shooting in The UK later this month, so we might get an update on this fairly soon. Plot details are still under wraps, but we do know that both Michael Keaton (well, that may not be set in stone) and Ben Affleck will return as their respective takes on Bruce Wayne/Batman, so the story is expected to be at least partially influenced by the Flashpoint comic book arc.

We recently found out that the movie will also introduce Sasha Calle as the DCEU's new Supergirl.

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