Justice League star Ray Fisher confirms that he will not appear as Cyborg in The Flash following the decision to remove the character from the film.
However, Fisher’s future as Cyborg has been a major issue in recent months due to the actor’s ongoing battle with Warner Bros. and DC Films. Fisher has taken a very public stand to speak out against the unprofessional behavior that occurred during post-production on Justice League. It originally focused on director Joss Whedon and producers Jon Berg and Geoff Johns. Most recently, Fisher turned to current DC Films president Walter Hamada for permission. This all happened while Fisher is reportedly still in negotiations to return as Cyborg in Ezra Miller’s Flash.
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These plans have now officially changed. Sinner posted a lengthy statement on Twitter about the continuing struggle with WB and DC. While discussing many aspects of it in the post, Fisher begins by confirming that he won’t be Flash. The actor says he finally got official word from WB and DC that they cut him and Cyborg out of the movie. He says he ” strongly disagree “ with this decision but find the result ” without surprise. “ His full statement can be read below:
Fisher confirming that neither he nor Cyborg will be Flash will likely be disappointing news for many fans. Cyborg’s screen time was already limited in the DCEU projects he appeared in, and plans for Flash gave him a bigger role. Older iterations of the film would have made Cyborg a co-star. There were conflicting reports about the size of his role in the current film version of THE director Andy Muscietti and written by Christina Hodson. Although the role of Cyborg is described as little more than a cameo consisting of just three scenes, Fisher says this is not accurate and that a larger role was in store.
WB’s decision to remove Fisher and Cyborg from Flash is not shocking, however, especially after recent events. Fisher said he would never work on a movie Hamada is involved in again. However, WB extended Hamada’s contract to remain at the helm of the DCEU. As Fisher tries to bring down Hamada, the studios are clearly supporting the DCEU leader at the moment. So unless Hamada gets fired in the future, Fisher is sure to play Cyborg in Flash, but he’s probably finished playing the role completely. Only time will tell if that changes, or if WB and DC decide to recast to continue using the character without Fisher.
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