For an actor that had come perilously near fading into obscurity, Ray Fisher has all of the sudden been discovering himself within the headlines for quite a lot of causes. On condition that the Cyborg star’s total filmography post-Justice League quantities to the third season of True Detective and nothing else, you may perceive why he cried tears of happiness on turning into the primary particular person to search out out that the Snyder Minimize was lastly turning into a actuality.
The excellent news simply stored on coming for the 32 year-old as nicely when it was confirmed that Cyborg could be returning to the DCEU to play a serious supporting function in The Flash, when many have been assuming that his time as a part of the franchise was over after he turned one of many many characters swept underneath the rug within the post-Snyder period, regardless of initially being penciled in to headline his personal solo film.
Nonetheless, Fisher additionally made large waves within the trade when he referred to as out Joss Whedon for his habits after the Avengers director took over Justice League, claims that have been backed up by Kevin Smith and have appeared to open the floodgates for a collection of former collaborators to blast the filmmaker for the abusive and unhealthy environments that he cultivated on his units.
Whedon has but to publicly touch upon the accusations, however plainly Fisher may very well be in scorching water with Warner Bros. for going public, with the studio reportedly threatening to sue the actor if he continues speaking.
Fisher cannot discuss extra cuz he broke NDA and will get sued if he’ll say anything however nonetheless good for him to talking up.
— Daniel Richtman #BlackLivesMatter (@DanielRPK) July 16, 2020
As trade insider Daniel Richtman explains within the above tweet, the rationale why Fisher went just about radio silent after dropping such an enormous bombshell is that Warner Bros. can pursue authorized motion in opposition to him provided that he’s damaged his non-disclosure settlement by going public. The studio are little doubt fairly offended on the Justice League actor’s resolution to air their soiled laundry on social media, too, which may make for a really frosty setting when he fits again up as Cyborg in The Flash. That’s, if he’s nonetheless set to return within the movie after what’s occurred.