Cyborg Joins the Snyder Cut Movement With a New Still

The Snyder Cut Movement is gaining momentum now more than ever. This comes two years after the release of Justice League. After stars like Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, who plays Cyborg in the DC movie have also joined the movement. He released an unseen still from the Justice League movie of 2017. The movement has been trending for weeks now and fans await other stars to release more of the unseen versions of the DC movie.

What is Snyder Cut Movement?

What is Snyder Cut Movement?

Zack Snyder

Zack Snyder, the director of the Justice League movie had to step down due to a family tragedy. He had been the directorial visionary for DC productions for several of its movies. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. handed the task of directing the Justice League to  Avengers director and writer Joss Whedon. The movie was completed by Whedon and released on 15th November 2017. Snyder Cut is the version of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. WB had removed several of his versions after his stepping down.

Ray Fisher Releases Cyborg Still

Ray Fisher Releases Cyborg Still

Cyborg from Justice League

Justice League star Ray Fisher has released a still from the movie showing solidarity to the movement which has been gaining momentum. Ray Fisher who plays Cyborg tweeted a still from Snyder’s version of Justice League. The still shows what seems to be a scene of Victor Stone(Ray Fisher). In the scene, he is being talked to for something during his time in Gotham City University. His tweet says,”When you overhear your dean refer to your mom as”Mrs.” instead of “Dr.” and you know he is about to get DESTROYED”.

Stars Coming Together

Stars Coming Together

Justice League 2017

Ray Fisher’s tweet comes after the Aquaman star, Jason Momoa spilling the beans revealing a spoiler filled picture from the Snyder Cut. Meanwhile, others like Jesse Eisenberg  and composer Junkie XL have also come forward with their comments about the currently trending movement.

https://twitter.com/rehsifyar/status/1193341507606106114

Sources: Comicbook, Screenrant

 

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