Zack Snyder’s vision which was shown in its full glory in the Snyder Cut version of the Justice League made its way to HBO Max and was a huge success, both critically and commercially. One of the biggest praises the film has received is about Ray Fisher’s Cyborg character, who many consider the heart of the film.
However, due to Ray Fisher being vocal about his treatment at the hands of both Joss Whedon and Warner Bros, he was removed from the upcoming Flash solo film entirely. While many fans don’t think Cyborg will appear in The Flash film, Ray Fisher hasn’t lost hope just yet.
While speaking to Empire, Ray Fisher talked about the conversations he had with Flash director Andy Muschietti regarding the film. Fisher stated that he is hopeful Cyborg will be appearing in The Flash Film somehow.
Andy seems to have his head on straight and understood these characters by making it about the relationship more than just a display of superpowers,” Fisher said. “We were on the same page about that, and it’ll be a bummer if there is no way to resolve the issue.”
Fisher had previously said that Cyborg was always part of the plans for the upcoming Flash film. Currently, it is unknown whether Ray Fisher will reprise his role as Cyborg in any upcoming DC project. We will hope for the best and will have to see if Cyborg will somehow make his appearance in The Flash.