Could Cyborg Be In The Flash Solo Film?


Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is currently king of the box office. It is a divisive controversial movie and some people think it didn’t deliver in every area. But, it did work when it tried to world build. The film introduces us to our cinematic version of The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg.

They give us a little glimpse of Barry using his powers to do some good in a convenient store, Aquaman doing Aquaman things under water and Silas Stone trying to save his son by using a Mother Box to transform him into Cyborg. It was a very good intro to the Justice League and what’s to come of the DCEU. It didn’t feel forced and makes you feel intrigued about the future.

The future seems rather good because there’s a chance that WB could include Cyborg in The Solo Flash film. While speaking to Mark Hughes at Forbes, Deborah Snyder hinted at Barry and Victor’s relationship by the time The Flash hits theaters. In the interview she states:

“As you can imagine, when we get to the Flash movie, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher — who plays Cyborg — are kind of our youngest characters, and they have a really nice comradery with each other. Ezra is super funny, so the tone of that film will be very different than the rest of them.”

Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher are the youngest cast members of the cast of Justice League Part 1 and it would be a good idea for them to be the ones to bring levity and light heartedness to the DC Extended Universe. For them to be friends is in line with the source material, so I don’t see the problem. Since Hal Jordan may or may not be in the film, it’ll be good for Barry to have a friend in the league that matches his level of humor.

imageWhat do you guys think of Snyders comments? Do you think Vic Stone/Cyborg could make a cameo in The Flash? Sound off in the comments section.

Directed by Zack Snyder, Justice League Part 1 starts filming April 11th, 2016 and will star Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. Justice League Part 1 hits theaters November 17th, 2017!

SOURCE: Forbes

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  • A.BC

    “It didn’t feel forced”
    No that long-ass sequence where they show four trailers + logos and names for the Justice League wasn’t a scene that could have been easily cut. The Knightmare Sequence and the Flash dream which have no bearing on the films story were also apparently vital to the film and couldn’t have been easily cut because this movie NEEDED to be Lord of the Rings level long.

    • Vegas82

      The Knightmare sequence is setting up a bunch of other stuff…

      • Carl

        Maybe, maybe not, depends on where the story goes.

    • Tavo Borrego

      Couldn’t you say the same exact thing about Thor’s dream sequence in Avenger’s: Age of Ultron, considering the only thing it does is tease at another movie which seved 0 purpose to the movie structure?

      • Math

        Yes, you can say that. That scene was equally useless to the story of that specific movie. At least the Knightmare sequence was fun, but it is very forced. “Let’s take a pause from this current story to set-up a preview of what’s to come in future films.”

        The truth is the entire Dawn of Justice parts were fun, but they didn’t serve that story very much. These scenes would have probably felt more useful in the actual Justice League movie itself, as flash backs to explain why Batman is assembling a Justice League. Kind of like they showed the MoS destruction from the viewpoint of Bruce Wayne in this one. Had they put these Bruce Wayne scenes in the MoS movie itself, it would have felt as much out of place as those scenes does here.

        Let’s face it, they now handle these movies like an episode in a long season or a chapter in a bigger book instead of standalone movies. As a fan, I personally don’t mind it, but when you take this kind of approach, you expose yourself to criticism because you just leave too many loose threads. We live in a time of franchises and shared universe. It’s going to happen more and more.

      • A.BC

        Yeah that didn’t last nearly as long as any of the MULTIPLE dream sequences in BvS. And the Infinity Gems are actually important to explaining Vision.

      • Carl

        You could and people did. It was the biggest complaint about the movie but it was a pretty short scene compared to what we got in BvS.


    I’d be totally fine with Cyborg showing up in Flash, and vice versa. In fact, it’s kinda expected at this point, seeing as this is a shared universe now.

    • Carl

      See we can agree. Although if I said that this is exactly what Marvel is doing then you might change your mind. lol

  • Jax Maxton

    Assuming there will be a Flash solo movie at this point…

  • Carl

    Yeah makes sense. That’s what a shared universe is all about.

    I have to take issue with this: “It was a very good intro to the Justice League and what’s to come of the DCEU. It didn’t feel forced” It was the opposite. All the JL stuff was awkwardly crammed into BvS and I hear that sentiment all over the place.

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