No, Ray Fisher Isn't Planning to Leave Cyborg Role


Every now and then, a big superhero "rumor" pops up and takes the Internet by storm, even if it doesn't have an actual source. This latest rumor has claimed that Ray Fisher is planning to leave the role of Cyborg in DC Films' universe. This comes from fan speculation based on Justice League's drastic overhaul of Cyborg's story, lack of news on the character's future, and a new version of Victor Stone heading to DC Universe. But alas, the rumor has been debunked.

Ray Fisher took to Twitter to confirm that he is still committed to playing Cyborg, and he has no plans to exit the role anytime soon. He adds that when he does eventually retire from the character, he will let fans know himself.


In the meantime, it's still unclear when Fisher's Cyborg will return. He was originally announced to be in The Flash movie, but with the script being rewritten at least once, it's unknown if that's still the plan. A Justice League sequel probably won't happen anytime soon (if ever), while Cyborg's solo movie hasn't had any real movement. So, while Fisher fully plans to play Cyborg again, we'll have to wait and see about where he'll be back. Stay tuned.

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