'Justice League' Cast to Reunite in 'The Snyder Cut'
Written By Mikey Sutton • Editor-in-Chief • Owner
Zack Snyder is uniting the League once more.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, and Ray Fisher will return to film new scenes for The Snyder Cut. The latter is particularly fascinating as Fisher's social media rants against Warner Bros. continue to rage on Twitter. Fisher accuses of Warner Bros. "permitting Joss Whedon, the director who took over from Snyder, to engage in misconduct and abuse while reshooting Justice League. Fisher also claimed that executives Jon Berg and Geoff Johns, who both have since left the studio, enabled Whedon’s behavior," The Hollywood Reporter added.
In my Justice League scoop on September 12, I reported that Fisher is likely to return as Cyborg in the sequel. While his participation in The Snyder Cut still doesn't confirm that, for all that public bickering happening with both parties, it's a matter of cash and screen time. Like SpiderGate last year between Sony and Disney, Fisher's Twitter bashing of his employers has what normally would have been private dealings explode in the whole wide world of online judgment.
Fisher will no doubt win this one. He is arguably more well-known and popular now than ever. Obviously, that wasn't Fisher's motive for revealing his troubles; he needed to air his grievances as Warner Bros. wanted to cover up the dirt, and he should be praised for doing so. As a result of all this fire and brimstone, don't be surprised to see more of Fisher in the DCEU, including that Cyborg solo movie they promised several years ago.