Ray Fisher aka Cyborg revealed what Justice League scenes he shot in the film’s upcoming Snyder Cut, which became a four-part miniseries for HBO Max.
There is some mystery about it Justice League Snyder Cut, the experimental metamorphosis of Justice League in a miniseries in streaming of four episodes, picked up by Zack Snyder: how many scenes is the director turning over or adding, how many reshoot the cost soared from 30 to 70 million dollars? Ray Fisher alias Cyborg, chatting about the matter with Geek House Show dropped the bomb that follows.
Some things in the reshoots are similar to what we did in the original, so it’s hard to say for some shots of other actors, in the scenes I wasn’t in. But I can tell you that, as far as my character is concerned, apart from the scene with the Gotham police on the roof, with Commissioner Gordon, Batman and The Flash, every scene where I am was shot. From my point of view, I practically shot the entire film. As for other people’s stuff that I wasn’t present in, I can’t really tell you.
In short, we understood that Zack Snyder is the Warner Bros. they were serious, but not up to this point. Fans more careful than we can be, however, point out that on other occasions Snyder had defined Cyborg the “heart” of his Justice League: it may be that the remakes are actually focused on that character, also to expand his backstory, past and origins. In 2021 we will find out, come on HBO Max in the States and we do not yet know where in the territories that the platform does not cover for now.