Cyborg Ray Fisher says he won’t stop promoting Zack Snyder’s version

Despite his fight with Warner Bros. and Walter Hamada, studio president Ray Fisher, who played the Cyborg in Justice League, has no plans to stop talking about the film anytime soon. Especially if it is to promote the version of Zack Snyder, which is coming very soon to the HBO Max platform.

During a question-and-answer session with fans on the network (via CBM), Ray Fisher said that despite his conflicts with Warner Bros., no one could stop him from promoting Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the cut of the film which one speaks so much about the director. . During the conversation he said:

“There’s no way you could stop me from promoting Zack Snyder’s Justice League. No way. So how does all of this relate to logistics and health and how are these things handled? Like I said, I still don’t know. But hopefully there will be some sort of meaningful promotion one way or another. I can’t imagine a film more anticipated than this, not going far to promote it. Unless something’s going on behind the scenes.

Ray Fisher came into direct conflict with the studio after making allegations of abuse against Joss Whedon, who directed the Justice League remakes following the departure of Snyder, Geoff Johns, producer of the film, and Walter Hamada, president of Warner. This led to him being kicked out of The Flash, the Scarlet Sprinter’s solo film, where he would reprise his role as Cyborg.

Ray Fisher as Cyborg in Justice League: The actor continues to fight with Warner Bros.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is coming to HBO Max in March.

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