Ray Fisher Will Play Cyborg in 'Batman Vs. Superman', In A Move That is Clearly Gearing-Up For 'Justice League'
We've got Superman, we've got Wonder Woman, we've got Batman — and now we've got yet another member of the Justice League lined up for the film colloquially known as Batman Vs. Superman. Ray Fisher's officially Cyborg in Man Of Steel 's sequel. One could say this thing's shaping up to be Justice League Jr. Fisher's mainly known for his work in theater, but Cyborg's guarnateed to lend him more of a mass audience. Though don't expect that to mean there'll be a lot of him in this particular film: He'll make appearances, but Cyborg's inclusion is reportedly more of a set up for the inevitable Justice League film that's been in the works for ages. Still, he'll join Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman in her debut.
For those unfamiliar with the superhero Cyborg, here's the lowdown from the DC Comics wiki:
Also known as Victor Stone, [Cyborg] is a superhero who is half man and half machine. His body was destroyed in a tragic accident, but he was saved through experimental technology; his body parts have been replaced with a large arsenal of high-tech gadgets and weaponry, while constantly providing life support. Stone struggles with his humanity as a machine, although his advancements have made him an unstoppable powerhouse. He has primarily been a member of the Teen Titans, but he is also a member of the Justice League of America.
Welcome to the team, Fisher.
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