Well, apparently Ray Fisher and Warner Bros. will still have the chance to work together. After the relationship between the actor and the studio worsened in the last few months, a series of coincidences might bring the two sides to the same table once again. In a recent live on his social media channels, the actor revealed that he’s ready to do whatever it takes to promote the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, where he will resume his role as Victor Stone, aka Cyborg.
“There’s no way you can stop me from doing press for Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” he said (via Reddit). “Yeah, there’s no way. What all that looks like, as far as the logistics and health and how those things get handled? Like I said, I don’t know that just yet. But, I expect that there will be some sort of significant promotion, in some way. I can’t imagine a movie that has been as highly anticipated as this, not going whatever distance they can to promote unless there’s something else going on behind the scenes.” You can watch the video below.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Ray Fisher says he’ll be a part of the Snyder Cut press tour. “There’s no way you can stop me from doing press for Zack Snyder’s Justice League”. from r/DC_Cinematic
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Both Fisher and Zack Snyder said different times in the past that Cyborg had a much prominent role in Snyder’s original vision. On top of that, Fisher has never had any issues with the director, given that his accusations pointed only at Warner Bros.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will premiere as a four-hour miniseries on HBO Max somewhere in 2021. According to some hints, it may be debuting in March. An official release date has yet to be announced.
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