Right now, Warner Bros. may be waiting to see how Justice League does before going forward 100 percent with their other projects, but that’s not to say they don’t have an idea of what’s coming next.
In fact, even the League member we know least about, Cyborg, has a plan for the future. Speaking with ComicBook.com, actor Ray Fisher revealed whether or not he knew what the future held for Cyborg in terms of his next DCEU appearance.
“Yes, I do. I know the next film that I’ll be Cyborg on.”
Fans of the character will be happy to hear that, but what about that 2020 Cyborg film? Is that a movie that’s still in the cards? Fisher said he couldn’t share specifically what the details are, he was able to share his vague thoughts on the matter.
“Things are in development. If I had my druthers, I think a Cyborg standalone would be a slightly more intimate story. One of the things that I always think is interesting with these sort of universes, is whenever there’s a world threatening crisis, it always makes you wonder, ‘Where are the other members of the group? Why didn’t they show up?’ I think finding an organic way to explain why these characters have to have their solo mission. Obviously, Aquaman, most of his stuff takes place under water. If Superman were to go to the deepest reaches of space, not many people could go with him. Those kinds of things could happen and it would make sense as to why the other heroes wouldn’t be able to tag along.”
Sadly, that wasn’t a whole lot for us to chew on. More than anything it was a fairly standard response followed by a typical fanboy question. That being said, it is nice that at least someone is thinking about these things.
These are questions that plagued the MCU following the first Avengers film (don’t even get fanboys started on Iron Man 3), so to have that in mind going into it will indeed be helpful.
Justice League hits theaters on November 17, 2017.
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