Trouble seems to keep piling up for Ray Fisher in the DC Comics Cinematic Universe. The actor, who gave life to Cyborg in ‘Justice League’ in 2017 (and whom we will see again, but in black and white, in the Zack Snyder montage that will premiere HBO Max in this 2021) will be cut from the final cut from ‘ The Flash ‘, the first solo film of the DC Comics superhero played by Ezra Miller.
This decision seems to be another of the symptoms of Fisher’s bad relations with Warner Bros. Pictures, with whom he has had an open war for a couple of years. The actor called the behavior of Joss Whedon (who replaced Snyder in ‘Justice League’) as “rude” and “abusive” on set, further accusing Geoff Johns and Jon Berg of allowing it ( and Jason Momoa supported it ). This prompted Warner Bros. to launch an internal investigation, but the social media and social media crossfire have continued to escalate, to the point where the actor recently pointed out that DC Films President Walter Hamada, tried to silence his accusations. The drop that filled the glass.
The consequence we see now: Cyborg will disappear from DC movies since Warner Bros. has expressed the intention of not looking for a new actor to play the role. Thus, Fisher is out of his activities in ‘The Flash’, and the entire superhero universe. We don’t know if this will affect the narrative of the film, directed by Andy Muschietti and written by Christina Hodson, but we will still have to wait a bit to see it: the premiere is scheduled for November 4, 2022. Enough time for the ‘drama Fisher’ to reawaken in Warner’s bosom.
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