Laurence Fishburne Isn't Sure He'll Be Asked Back For MAN OF STEEL 2 After Turning Down JUSTICE LEAGUE Role

Laurence Fishburne Isn't Sure He'll Be Asked Back For MAN OF STEEL 2 After Turning Down JUSTICE LEAGUE Role

Laurence Fishburne Isn't Sure He'll Be Asked Back For MAN OF STEEL 2 After Turning Down JUSTICE LEAGUE Role

Ant-Man and The Wasp star Laurence Fishburne didn't return as Perry White in Justice League and the actor has now explained why he doesn't think he'll be asked by Warner Bros. to return to the DCEU...

After taking on a leading role in Ant-Man and The Wasp this weekend, Laurence Fishburne has become one of only a handful of actors to appear in both Marvel and DC movies. However, there was no sign of Daily Planet editor Perry White in Justice League and when he was recently asked about whether or not he's still "on call" to return to the DCEU, he doesn't seem to think he'll be hearing from them.

"I don’t think I’m still on call," Fishburne revealed "I was unfortunately unable to go do some work on what turned out to be the Justice League movie. I don’t know that I need to go back or if they’ll have me back or not, but I was grateful to have been a part of it. I loved working with Zack (Snyder), I think he makes an incredible superhero movie. I’m just excited to be a part of this (the MCU) now."
 
It definitely sounds like he's moved on from the DCEU but money talks and he could be convinced to return for Man of Steel 2 if and when it happens, right? Well, he hasn't heard anything about that! 

"I don’t. I don’t. I haven’t heard anything about it," he confirmed. "They just fell behind the eight-ball. I really wish they had started 20 years ago. But that’s all right, they’re where they are." We don't know how big of a role Bill Foster will have in the MCU moving forward but it certainly sounds like we've seen the last of Perry White. What do you guys think? Share your thoughts down below.
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