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Not a whole lot of info (he will be in Batman v Superman) then get a spin-off before Justice League



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Ray Fisher Says CYBORG Movie Still On Track For 2020 Release

Justice League actor Ray Fisher was a special guest at the City of Heroes comic book convention this weekend where he reaffirmed that his solo Cyborg movie is still slotted for a 2020 release.





Despite rumors that Cyborg would be appearing in The Flash and that WB was rethinking his standalone film, actor Ray Fisher told the audience at his City of Heroes special guest panel that his standalone DCEU film was still slated to hit theaters in 2020. The update comes by way of DC Comics fan and YouTube channel, DC World.

This update also comes after many weeks of DC Comics fans arguing the merits of why the Cyborg movie should become a Teen Titans feature film. It was until the comic publisher's New 52 reboot of its product line that Cyborg became a founding member of the Justice League. Prior to that retcon (by DC Chief Creative Officer and DCEU co-Chief Geoff Johns), Cyborg was a key member of Marv Wolfman's 1980s Teen Titans revival.


Will Cyborg's dad survive Justice League?
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EXCLUSIVE: CYBORG Holds Resentment Towards His Father In JUSTICE LEAGUE; Stand-Alone Film Still Set For 2020

Even though he saved his life, Cyborg still holds some ill feelings towards his father in Justice League according to Silas Stone actor Joe Morton, who also said the stand-alone film is still set for 2020.



It was recently revealed that Joe Morton, who plays Dr. Silas Stone, was part of the Justice League re-shoots, and part of what the actor said the re-shoots were intended to do was lighten-up Cyborg's character.

CBM recently got the chance to chat with Morton, and asked him if Victor still held any resentment towards Silas for turning him into Cyborg. "Yeah, some of that still exists in the film where Victor sort of feels like, ’yes you saved my life, but look what you made me look like," Morton explained. "I can’t go out and be a regular person.’ He has no alias, nothing to hide behind. So what I think is great about that idea is you begin, in a metaphoric way, sort of talking about what it means to be “the other” in society. Even if you have something tremendous to contribute to society, the first thing that most social situations will do is ostracize you because you look different because they don’t know who or what you are. So I think that’s a big deal in this film for that character, and for Silas, and makes for interesting film making."

The Cyborg stand-alone film wasn't mentioned in the DC Comic-Con line-up last month, so I asked Morton if the film is still happening, and if so, when he starts work on it. "As far as I know it is still happening. I believe, although I’m not entirely sure, that it should start sometime around 2020. That seems to be a wonderful metaphoric year for these Cyborgs," He joked.

I then moved on to what the casting process was like for him, and it seems Batman v Superman and Justice League Director, Zack Snyder, had Morton in mind for Silas all along. "I got a call from my agent saying, ‘Zack Snyder wants to talk to you about doing Justice League,'" he said. "A couple of days later I got a call him. I was sitting in an airport getting ready to come out to California to film Scandal, and he offered me the role."

With all these major movie franchises, actors often sign multiple picture deals, which is something Morton did as well. "It was set up as a three picture deal. The first being Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, the second one being Justice League and the third one being the Cyborg film. So that’s how it’s been set up, but it’s all contingent on how these movies do. And so far, Wonder Woman did really well, and we’re hoping that Justice League does equally as well.
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Ray Fisher Reveals Which Villain He Wants For Cyborg Solo Movie


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Ray Fisher wants to fight the Phantom Limbs in his Cyborg solo movie. Warner Bros. launched their unofficially titled DC Extended Universe with Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016 – a follow-up to his 2013 film, Man of Steel – and the shared universe will continue to expand with Justice League as well as future DCEU movies.
Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) have already been introduced and given in-universe backstories, which will allow Snyder’s Justice League to introduce audiences to the rest of the world’s finest heroes – Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Fisher), and Flash (Ezra Miller) – before they each go off and headline their own solo movies. James Wan’s Aquaman movie is the next DC film on the docket to release, with the Flashpoint movie still without a release date but actively searching for a new director. The solo Cyborg movie, on the other hand, has been up-in-the-air ever since it was first announced, and it’s unclear if Warner Bros. still plans on releasing the film in 2020. If they do, Fisher has an idea of what it should be about.


In an interview with Popcorn Talk, Fisher said he doesn’t know the status of the solo Cyborg movie, but if it does move forward, he wants his DC character to take on the Phantom Limbs.



“With this kind of story, I’d love to see it be a little bit more intimate, a little bit more specific to Cyborg. There is a sort of Cyborg special that they had done years ago where he fights a group called Phantom Limbs, which is this mercenary group of cybernetically-enhanced individuals who are very much like him. I think seeing him take on people who have similar abilities but [are] a much more finely-tuned group of warriors – seeing how that all would turn out, I think would be really special.”
The Cyborg special Fisher is referring to is DC Special: Cyborg. The special debuted in 2008, with the Phantom Limbs team only appearing in issues #5 and #6. Comic book characters’ first solo movies tend to feature doppelganger villains, such as Superman fighting General Zod and Ant-Man fighting Yellowjacket, and it seems that Fisher’s hopes for his solo movie are no different. However, it’s interesting that he’s plucked out the Phantom Limbs team since they aren’t exactly well-known, especially amongst casual moviegoers.
The Cyborg solo movie is currently slated to release in April 2020, though that may change following the release of Justice League. If the film does move forward, at least DC fans know which villains Fisher has in mind for the solo movie.
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That CYBORG Solo Movie Is Reportedly Still Happening And It's Going To Be...An Origin Story?!

Ray Fisher's Cyborg was certainly pretty memorable in Justice League but was he good enough to warrant a movie of his own? It recent comments from Joe Morton are to be believed, then that's still the plan!




Cyborg didn't exactly steal the show in Justice League and it's been a long time since we've heard anything solid about plans for the character's solo movie. Ray Fisher and Joe Morton seem to believe it's going to happen, though, and the latter has revealed in a new interview that it's still on the cards.

Asked about the status of the spinoff, the actor who plays Victor's father Dr. Silas Stone indicated that Cyborg will be an origin story, a strange decision given that we pretty much know that already.


"From what I understand, there will be a Cyborg movie," Morton confirmed. "It will be about him and I, and about the family that he came from, how he becomes the Cyborg, et cetera. But from whence he came, as well." We know that much of the character's origin story ended up on the cutting room floor but do we really need to spend two hours revisiting that when it's been mostly covered.

The most interesting thing here is Morton's mention of "from whence [Cyborg] came." Could that be a reference to the history of the Mother Boxes on Apokolips? That would open the door to the arrival of any number of villains and the hero might even use a Boom Tube to travel there. Honestly, though, that feels like wishful thinking and it still seems hard to believe that Cyborg is ever going to happen.
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Is the DCEU's Cyborg Movie Still Happening?




The evidence continues to pile up that the in-development Cyborg solo film may no longer be on the DCEU's slate. While Marvel Studios spent years developing their individual characters before teaming them up in The Avengers, Warner Bros. and DC took a different approach. New characters like The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg had brief teases, but it wasn't until Justice League that general audiences really got to know them. And with the poor critical and financial reception the movie received, the future of the DCEU has become a big question mark.
Aquaman is coming in December, and Shazam! and Wonder Woman 2 will hit theaters next year—baring a massive shake-up. But once guaranteed films like The Batman, and Flashpoint have had numerous issues securing and keeping talent. Ben Affleck may or may not play Batman in the subsequent films and Flashpoint, now just The Flash, has yet to begin production - although things do seem to be finally moving along. Outside of those movies, films like Green Lantern Corps and Cyborg once had release dates but now are up in the air as they lack in major creatives.

Cyborg presents a particular challenge, as even fans of the character aren't exactly clamoring for him to have his own film. The hero has certainly garnered a following thanks to his long run in the comics and his appearances on various Teen Titans animated series, but it may be television that proves the undoing of the solo movie.

CYBORG IS COMING TO DCTV



DC Universe will launch later this year and bring with it the long-awaited return of Young Justice and the long-in-development Titans. But a slew of other shows have also been announced, mirroring the constant stream of film projects in the works. Unlike the movies, however, significant work has already gone into many of these shows, including the recently revealed Doom Patrol TV series.

The misfit team of heroes will first appear in Teen Titans before jumping to their own show, but a Doom Patrol audition tape featuring Cyborg teases something larger at play. Fans have been wondering whether the stalwart Titans member would be part of Titans given his role in the DCEU, and now it appears he'll at least be in Doom Patrol. He could then crossover to Titans, or perhaps is already a part of the show and has yet to be announced.

Either way, the big question is whether Cyborg appearing on TV will prevent him from being in the movies any longer. We've heard Arrow can't use Deathstroke or the Suicide Squad for this very reason, though that's changed a number of times over the years. The Flash and Superman don't seem to be bound by these same rules, so it might not always be an either/or situation.

We've also heard Gotham can't call Jeremiah The Joker so as not to water down the brand, further hinting that characters are limited to what media they can be in. Of course, with Warner Bros. working on a whole new Joker movie involving someone other than Jared Leto and characters like Bruce Wayne, Alfred, and Jim Gordon all appearing on TV and the movies, there's really no telling what the rules are.

WHERE WILL CYBORG APPEAR NEXT?


If fans aren't picky about live-action versus animation, Cyborg will be coming to the big screen this summer in Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. Beyond that, Titans could bring him to DCTV later this year when it arrives. From there, Cyborg's appearance in Doom Patrol will likely come next year as the show is well underway.

The Cyborg movie was once planned for 2019 alongside The Flash, but things have changed a great deal since then. For now, nothing is set in stone for Cyborg and there's no official word on when his solo movie could arrive. With no creatives announced for it yet, things aren't looking good. Flashpoint was expected to have a part for Cyborg, but since it's now just The Flash, it's possible that plan has changed as well. So while there's plenty of Cyborg to look forward to, Ray Fisher may not return as the character on the big screen for years. Whether or not it's in Cyborg, we'll just have to wait and see.
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day star Joe Morton was on a Television Critics Association panel for his new CBS show God Friended Me. He plays the estranged father of an atheist podcaster (Brandon Michael Hall) who begins getting Facebook requests from God. The father/son relationship is further complicated because Morton’s character is a preacher, but there’s a different father/son relationship that you likely want to know more about from a certain DC Comics movie.
/Film asked Joe Morton about the status of the Cyborg movie first announced in 2014, which hasn’t had any updates in recent years. He plays Silas Stone, the scientist father of Victor Stone (Ray Fisher) who builds his son a cyborg body after Victor suffers a catastrophic accident. Morton tells us what knows about the status of the developing Cyborg movie, how the Justice League reshoots changed his story and what that could mean for the solo film.
Cyborg Is Still Happening

After the declining box office of the DC Extended Universe films and the backlash against them, Warner Bros. decided to forego focusing only on the shared universe films in favor of standalone solo films featuring DC characters. Of course, Cyborg was always part of DC’s forthcoming slate, and according to Morton, the character’s solo film still on as far as he knows.
“I know there’s supposed to be a Cyborg movie they’re going to shoot in 2020,” Morton said. “That’s all I know. I haven’t seen a script.”
It should be noted that the supposed release date for a Cyborg movie was sometime in 2020, so maybe that’s what Morton is referring to when he gives out that year. But it’s always possible that Warner Bros. has plans for a Cyborg movie to get off the ground in 2020 and be released a couple years later.
Pieces of Zack Snyder’s Justice League Cut Could Be Used

Joe Morton’s character Silas Stone was first introduced in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the video Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) opens featuring all the future Justice League teammates showing off their powers. The character only has a few scenes in the final released version of Justice League, but Morton confirmed he shot a lot more.
“There was [more we shot],” Morton said. “They completely changed the story.”
Here’s where it gets interesting. The scenes they took out of Justice League could end up being rewritten into the Cyborgmovie.
“Unfortunately, I can’t tell you what [the original story] is because that might end up being in part of the Cyborg movie,” Morton said. “Yes, there was a big change once they decided that they were going to do the Cyborg film.”
Ever since Justice League opened, fans have been asking Warner Bros. to release the original cut of the movie Zack Snyder shot, with no Joss Whedon reshoot scenes. We know that includes scenes with Cyborg that were reshot to help change the tone of the movie. The studio claims Snyder never finished his cut so there is no Snyder cut to release. A storyboard artist who worked on the film disputes that, but the cut he’s referring to likely doesn’t exist in the form some fans think it does..
What Morton says sounds like anotherreason to keep the Snyder cut buried. If they still want to do the Cyborg story they took out of Justice League, it wouldn’t be prudent to let that come out, especially if it’s pieces of his backstory that might be better served in a Cyborg solo movie.
One Hint of the Story for Cyborg’s Solo Movie

While Morton has not seen a script for a Cyborg movie, and he only knows what he shot for Justice League, the actor has still heard some plans for the Cyborg movie. It would involve his character and the rest of the Stone family.
“I think the idea is to deal more with his family so you watch the evolution of him becoming Cyborg,” Morton said.
According to Morton, Cyborg is still on track for a 2020 release, but we’ll see what happens.
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'Justice League's Ray Fisher Says He Is Not Leaving Cyborg Role





Victor Stone — the DC superhero known as Cyborg — is set to appear in the forthcoming Doom Patrol series for DC Universe, which means he will be played by two different live-action actors at the same time.
And Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in Justice League after debuting Victor in a quick cameo during Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, wants fans to know that just because Joivan Wade has been cast as TV's Cyborg does not mean plans have changed for his own role.


"I don’t usually engage the rumor-mill, but it’s recent turn may be worth a little grist: I am NOT, nor do I have ANY intention of, leaving Cyborg," Fisher tweeted, using his customary #BorgLife hashtag. "Furthermore, if/when the time comes for me to hangup my all-too-revealing mocap onesie, you will hear it from me directly."
Besides Wade and Fisher, the character of Cyborg is also voiced by Shemar Moore in Warner Bros. Animation's DC Universe animated feature films, and by Khary Payton in Teen Titans Go! and its recent movie adaptation.

DC's TV and movie universes do not share a space, so most fans did not expect the casting for Doom Patrol to include Fisher or impact his role. Still, there is always going to be some rumors rumbling -- especially with the DC movie universe seemingly so up-in-the-air following the commercial failure of Justice League.
While it is uncommon for DC characters to appear simultaneously in two different live-action universes, it is not unheard of. Henry Cavill plays Superman on the big screen while the character occasionally pops up on Supergirl, played by Tyler Hoechlin. Several Suicide Squad-related characters have appeared on Arrow, and while many of them were killed off (seemingly to make way for the big screen version), that is not true of all of them.


And of course, not only is The Flash currently on TV (starring Grant Gustin) while the character appeared (played by Ezra Miller) in Justice League, but Supergirl is reportedly being developed as a feature film at the same time The CW has said that they have no plans to cancel any of the "Arrowverse" shows, including Supergirl.
Fisher is reported to have a major role in the forthcoming The Flash movie, although that may have changed since the movie is reportedly no longer based on the Flashpoint storyline in which the character of Cyborg played a major role.
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