A couple of days ago, journalists from The Wrap announced that Ray Fisher was removed from the role of Cyborg in the solo film about The Flash. Allegedly, the reason was the statements of the actor and the scandal that has been developing for several months. Film Studio Warner Bros. She did not comment on this information, and the actor himself on Twitter advised the publication to “immediately change the news” and once again spoke to the studio and its boss Walter Hamada.
I did not refuse anything publicly.
If they made the decision to remove me from The Flash rather than deal with Walter Hamada, who is interfering with the Justice League investigation, in any way, that is their business.
Fischer is referring to his statements about racism and toxicity on the set of Justice League after Zach Snyder left. According to the actor, Warner Bros. still trying to regain control of the press situation, and the PR team is trying to sink Fischer. Moreover, the actor is confident that if he really is not in “Flash”, then the studio did not go to the reast to avoid public condemnation.
My team and I are still in contact with Warner Bros. on all these issues, whether with the Flash or not, I intend to see it through to the end.
Walter Hamada and Warner Bros. They did not react in any way to Fischer’s words, but the situation should definitely be resolved this year. With such a toxic relationship, the actor is unlikely to be cast for the role of Cyborg, although we have an example of Amber Heard.