When it comes to comic book movies, we have all been waiting for so long to get a Justice League movie and we were all so excited by the prospect of it finally hitting the big screen, although it is fair to say that with the people involved in the project and the fact that the DCEU was already falling apart, we were not getting our hopes up.
While the Justice League film faced a lot of difficulties and has been seen by many people as being a major flop, the stars of the movie are still proud of what they achieved. Actor Ray Fisher plays the role of Cyborg in the DCEU and Ray has admitted that, while there were plenty of challenges, he was honoured to be able to be involved in such a huge project.
Fisher was talking about the difficulties that the movie faced, when he explained, "With two directors, we had a bit of a tough time with Zack [Snyder] having to step away from the project, and I think we all owe him a great bit of gratitude for bringing us into his version of the Justice League."
He added, "At the end of the day, the best way to honor him in that sort of way is to do what you have to do and put your best foot forward no matter who is at the helm. That’s a challenge I think anyone would have faced – building a rapport with one person and then having to switch gears all of a sudden."
Ray Fisher is next expected to appear as Cyborg in the planned Flashpoint movie, while he is also hoping to land his own Cyborg solo project in the near future.