Ray Fisher speaks out about his role as Victor Stone and how it feels to be the first cinematic interpretation of the character and how excited he is for the role.
While discussing all this he may have let slip that Justice League will be written by Chris Terrio, who wrote Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (based on a story by Zack Snyder and David S Goyer).
This makes sense as Chris Terrio is essentially taking over for Goyer as he has put his attention on the Constantine and Krypton television series.
Luckily no one has ever seen him in a movie before, but no one has seen me in a movie either. For me it’s about finding what’s unique about Victor Stone//Cyborg’s story. I’m excited to see them bring more of the comic characters to the forefront and choosing to add some diversity in the genre on screen. Especially black characters and characters of color/minorities. Chris Terrio who is writing the script is very involved with his actors. We have the new 52’s, where Cyborg actually becomes a part of the Justice League when in the past he was just a part of Teen Titans, but things may change for the sake of the film so that it’ll all make sense.
They have concept art but that may change, I can give you absolutely nothing. They like to keep it a secret for the fans. Of course I’m ready to tell his story. But for now I’m using my time wisely preparing for his role. There’s never a such thing as being too prepared for something like this.
They have concept art but that may change, I can give absolutely nothing. They like to keep it a secret for the fans. Of course I’m ready to tell his story. But for not I’m using my time
Photo Credit: Roberto Araujo Photography
Source: Batman V Superman 2016 Instagram
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