Ray Fisher affirms he won’t play Cyborg in The Flash, as Warner Bros. educated him he and the character have been eliminated from the film. The job of Victor Stone was relied upon to be a breakout job for Ray Fisher when Zack Snyder recruited him to fill the role in the DC Extended Universe. He had a little job in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and a diminished job in the dramatic cut of Justice League, yet the last will be reestablished with the Snyder Cut. The drawn out future for Fisher’s time as Cyborg initially remembered jobs for The Flash and an independent Cyborg film.
Notwithstanding, Fisher’s future as Cyborg has been a significant inquiry as of late because of the entertainer’s progressing fight with Warner Bros. also, DC Films. Fisher has taken an extremely open remain to get down on the amateurish conduct that came during after creation on Justice League. His emphasis initially was on chief Joss Whedon and makers Jon Berg and Geoff Johns. All the more as of late, Fisher has directed his concentration toward current DC Films president Walter Hamada for empowering them. The entirety of this has occurred while Fisher was apparently still in arrangements to return as Cyborg in Ezra Miller’s The Flash.
These plans have now authoritatively changed. Fisher posted an extensive assertion on Twitter about the proceeded with battle with WB and DC. While he examines numerous parts of it in the post, Fisher begins by affirming that he won’t be in The Flash. The entertainer says he’s at long last gotten the authority word from WB and DC that they’ve cut him and Cyborg from the film. He says he “firmly deviates” with this choice yet finds the result “obvious.” His full assertion can be perused below: