Ray Fisher who plays Cyborg in Justice League, recently spoke to Geek Magazine regarding the directing style of director Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon who stepped in to direct the reshoots, after Snyder having to leave the project due to a family tragedy.
Fish goes on to talk about how they’re two very different people, wanted the same thing for the film and that is to tell the best possible story for the characters. Fisher then goes on to talk about the rumor mill on the change of directors, such rumors were that Whedom redid the majority of the film and it was no longer Synder’s.
They’re two very different people, but at the end of the day, they’re two very different people who basically want the same thing, and that’s to tell the best possible story for these characters and get them launched off into a really great direction. So what I think Joss has come in and done is that he’s found really good ways to bond the team, he’s found good ways to bond them organically, so it sets them up to go really anywhere in the future.
While it’s a different directing style, the fact that Zack had handed the [reins] to him is, like, ‘You just have to trust the process.’ While there wasn’t a lot of time to build that rapport that you would normally have with a director, at the end of the day, it’s about making sure that the fans have the best possible experience that we can possibly give them. So for all the rumor mill stuff, listen. I think there’s a lot of needless negativity that I’m personally dedicating myself not to become a part of.