” Last summer season, Mr. Fisher was provided the opportunity to reprise his role as Cyborg in The Flash,” it checked out. “Given his statement that he will not take part in any film related to Mr. Hamada, our production is now moving on. Warner Bros. stays in service with Geoff Johns who continues to produce Stargirl, Batwoman, Doom Patrol, Superman & & Lois, and Titans for the studio, to name a few tasks.”
All the grisly details seem unlikely to emerge for a while, but this has actually been rumbling on and on. The Flash, on the other hand, need to be shooting this year and is intending to be out in November 2022.
Justice League star Ray Fisher has been caught in a maelstrom the last year or so, after an investigation into the behaviour of the films re-shoot director Joss Whedon and DC executives such as Geoff Johns and Walter Hamada. The thorny affair is being kept mostly under wraps by WarnerMedia, but Fisher is now confirming that hes no longer reprising his role as Cyborg in the upcoming Flash motion picture.
” I highly disagree with their choice, but its one that is unsurprising,” Fisher stated on a two-page Twitter post that you can check out completely below. “Despite the misconception, Cyborgs involvement in The Flash was much larger than a cameo. And while I do mourn the lost opportunity to bring Victor Stone back to the screen, bringing awareness to the actions of Walter Hamada will show to be a much more crucial contribution to our world.”
WarnerMedia, the parent company of Warner Bros. and DC Films, released a declaration about the matter, training everything in careful business language.