The DCEU’s Cyborg, Ray Fisher, simply took a serious shot at Joss Whedon and the theatrical lower of Justice League. Fisher who appeared (very briefly) as Vic “Cyborg” Stone in Batman v Superman: Daybreak of Justice and (extra considerably) in Justice League provided a pointy critique of that latter movie’s co-director Joss Whedon and presumably his imaginative and prescient of the completed product that finally made it to theaters and underwhelmed each critics and followers.
Whedon, after all, got here on to switch Snyder because the director of Justice League after Snyder suffered a household tragedy that left him unable to finish the movie. However within the course of of fixing administrators, important chunks of the film had been rewritten and re-shot, which, after all, finally led to the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut motion taking maintain…and finally attaining their said aim.
The core members of the Justice League forged have all remained mum on the behind the scenes drama of that transitional interval, though all of them have at numerous factors expressed assist for Snyder’s authentic imaginative and prescient for the movie. Fisher, nevertheless, is the primary to supply what seems to be a real rebuke of the completed product.
“I want to take a second to forcefully retract each little bit of this assertion:” Fisher tweeted, together with an accompanying video clip from the 2017 San Diego Comedian-Con Justice League film panel, the place the actor had been praising the selection of Whedon as substitute director on the movie.