Cyborg And Flash To Have Different Powers In Justice League Snyder Cut


Director Zack Snyder is finishing his own version of Justice League and the characters of Cyborg and Flash will be different.

The movie Justice League was released in 2017 and it could be considered the Joss Whedon version, but now Zack Snyder will premiere his own montage with many unreleased scenes on the HBO Max platform. And that will be when we can see Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) in action.

Now Zack Snyder explains how different Flash and Cyborg will be in their version of Justice League:

“I didn’t like, and I don’t like, that Barry Allen / Flash can move people. I know a lot of people loved that look, but I didn’t. And it’s okay, I think it’s cool when people do it. But I don’t, “reveals Zack Snyder. “If you grab someone and you can tell they are protected by the Speed ​​Force, but that, you know, depends on the interpretation. I feel like if you catch someone at the speed they are moving, you can … Just rip their arm from their body. It moves so fast that it would literally peel the flesh off someone’s body, so you have to be very careful with humans within the Speed ​​Force. ”

In Joss Whedon’s Justice League, Flash moved a lot of people, including in a final act that the filmmaker is believed to have completely re-shot, where he added that Russian family to the mix.

As for Cyborg, the director made it clear that Victor Stone, and the audience, are not entirely sure how his powers work at this stage.
“Frankly, I don’t think we still know what Cyborg’s powers are,” Zack Snyder commented. “If you look at what these Mother Boxes are capable of, of creating and destroying worlds, I think that what he is capable of is really just the tip of the iceberg compared to what is possible for his future.”

Zack Snyder also revealed that it is Cyborg who pilots the ship during that final scene, and not Alfred Pennyworth as many have theorized. The more the director says, the clearer it becomes that the Justice League coming to HBO Max next year will be completely different from the version that hit theaters.


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