JUSTICE LEAGUE Star Ray Fisher Reveals What It Would Take For Him To Play Cyborg In THE FLASH

JUSTICE LEAGUE Star Ray Fisher Reveals What It Would Take For Him To Play Cyborg In THE FLASH

Cameras have started rolling on The Flash, so the chances of Cyborg being added to the mix now seems unlikely. Despite that, actor Ray Fisher revealed that he'd be open to returning...on one condition.

Cyborg has been part of The Flash movie from the start, and despite Ray Fisher's very public falling out with Warner Bros., the Zack Snyder's Justice League star was offered the chance to return as Victor Stone. Unfortunately, his feelings about the conduct of DC Films boss Walter Hamada (and possible disagreements over money) ensured the hero's supporting role was scrapped. 

Cameras are now rolling on Andy Muschietti's take on the Scarlet Speedster in London, and it seems likely that Cyborg has been completely written out of the movie in recent months. Despite that, Fisher has again admitted that he would be open to reprising the role...providing Hamada issues a public apology.

"I don't really expect anything, right? Particularly dealing with large corporations," Fisher said regarding his possible DCEU return at Justice Con over the weekend. "They will oftentimes find a way to defy whatever expectation you may have. But, I think where we could start is an acknowledgement and an apology of what is clearly, publicly known to be an untruth. Then, we can see where it goes from there."

Following yesterday's announcement about The Flash commencing production, the actor took to Twitter to again hint that he would be willing to return as Cyborg once Hamada apologises. Considering the fact that both Hamada and the studio have insisted that he conducted himself in a reasonable and acceptable manner during that big Justice League investigation, it's highly unlikely to happen.

Instead, Warner Bros. will likely move on from this iteration of Cyborg, either leaving the spotlight on Joivan Wade's version in Doom Patrol or recasting the hero for the big screen somewhere down the line. As for The Flash, with multiple versions of Batman (and even Supergirl) set to appear, it can probably manage without Victor Stone. 
 

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