Ray Fisher has had an incredibly difficult time with Warner Media, things just haven’t gone right. He’s been feuding with them for a long time over some stuff that happened while filming Justice League. Though we’ll never know for sure what went on the allegations were definitely worrisome. It’s become pretty obvious that he doesn’t feel badly about everyone he worked with, though!
Yeah, he might have had some serious issues with the theatrical version of Justice League. Ray Fisher is freaking pumped for the Snyder Cut, though. He posted to social media claiming that he was going to watch it on repeat on the day it comes out. Maybe we should join him? His hype is contagious man, because I’m more excited than I was before! “You know what beats a leak? A flood of views on @hbomax On March 18th we’re watching #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague on repeat ALL DAY LONG!!! Who’s streaming with me???” is exactly what Fisher tweeted! Nice to see him being positive!
You know what beats a leak?
A flood of views on @hbomax!
On March 18th we’re watching #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague on repeat ALL DAY LONG!!!
— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) March 9, 2021
The Justice League: Snyder Cut is just a few weeks away. Fisher’s tweet comes after a mistake on HBO Max where the movie was posted early. Some fans managed to get a sneak peek at the long-awaited film. The things people had to say sound pretty positive, which is definitely good news. Fisher still seems like he’s the most excited out of all the voices. I’m glad to see he’s excited for the Snyder Cut and I hope Cyborg has some awesome moments coming up in it.
I also hope this means that maybe one day we can see Fisher reprise his role as Cyborg. Justice League had a lot of issues but I didn’t feel like any of them stemmed from the actors, Fisher included. For now, I’ll be glad that Ray Fisher is freaking pumped for the Snyder Cut!
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