While it's still a few years out, actor Ray Fisher has confirmed that the standalone Cyborg movie is still on track for a 2020 release. Fisher made the announcement at a special panel during the City Of Heroes comic convention over in the United Kingdom.
Our friends over at DC World were present at the panel, which took place on Friday afternoon.
Confirmed at #coh3 today @rehsifyar in #Cyborg standalone movie is in the works and on schedule for 2020 release #borglife pic.twitter.com/MwaeOluVkO— ＤＣ ＷＯＲＬＤ (@_DCWorld) May 20, 2017
This is very exciting news! Warner Bros. has had their hands full setting up the DC Expanded Universe since it launched last year with Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Since the Zack Snyder film hit the big screen, there have been a lot of changes behind the scenes as the studio has shuffled some positions and announced new projects within the DCEU. Hearing that the standalone Cyborg film is still on track for release in 2020 is sure to make DC fans happy.
This gives the studio plenty of time to get the script right, and get cast and crew together.
While we may not be seeing the movie for another three years, fans will be able to see Ray Fisher as Cyborg in Zack Snyder's Justice League on November 17th.
Source: DC World
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