Cyborg Actor Ray Fisher On Joss Whedon & ‘Justice League’ Reshoots

DC Extended Universe Justice LeagueSan Diego Comic-Con is well underway and with it has come many updates on the status of the DCEU movies, including the upcoming Justice League. Justice League star Ray Fisher, who is playing Cyborg, was asked today about the status of the reshoots and the addition of Joss Whedon to the film. Check out what he had to say below:

“They’re brief if anything. Joss is a great guy and Zack picked a great guy to finish up for him.”

Much has been made about Joss Whedon taking over the reshoot process after director Zack Snyder stepped away to take a personal leave of absence from the project. This here is pretty straightforward confirmation from a cast member that no major changes are to be expected in the film, and that Whedon is the right talent to bring the film across the finish line.

Be sure to stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood as we learn more about Justice League. Here is the film’s synopsis:

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

The film stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons as Alfred, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Amber Heard as Mera, J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, with Julian Lewis Jones and Michael McElhatton, among many others.

Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.

10 Sub-Genres We Want To See In Superhero Films

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Superhero genre cover imageSuperhero films have existed since the 1920s (if you count Zorro) and have always been a part of our public lexicon. However, recently, superhero films have had an exponential uptick in production, thanks to CGI and film budgets finally being able to accurately keep up with our imagination. Currently, the superhero film is the mainstream blockbuster. Ever since Iron Man hit theaters way back in 2008, the amount of modern-day superhero films has continued to grow. Sure, there were superhero films before that, from Superman in 1978 and Batman in 1989, as well as Blade in the late 90s to X-Men in the early 2000s, and Sam Rami’s Spider-Man trilogy. But now, superhero films are the dominant form of pop culture entertainment. This year alone, there are 7 superhero movies hitting theaters. It’s a good time to be a geek! Many of our favorite characters growing up are now getting their due on the big screen.

As we are now knee-deep in the age of the superhero film, these projects also have the potential to oversaturate the market. There’s always talk of “superhero fatigue” and some even predicting that superhero films will go the way of the Western by showing the same thing over and over again. After all, there are only so many ways heroes can face off against a villain to stop a “sky beam” before things get stale.

Luckily for us, the superhero genre has ways of reinventing itself by introducing new sub-genres in these films. Captain America: The Winter Soldier gave us a political thriller wrapped in a superhero movie. Ant-Man gave us a heist film disguised as a superhero movie. Doctor Strange gave us a film of sorcery. Guardians of the Galaxy gave us a space-opera. Man of Steel gave us a darker edge of heroics and the calamity that they can cause (which Captain America: Civil War also did). Of course, Logan knocked it out of the park by giving us a superhero Western. The Batman is promising to be a noir film while The New Mutants and Sony’s Venom are expected to be full-on horror films.

So, there are obviously a lot of places that the superhero genre can continue to evolve and grow upon. Here are a few sub-genres that could exist in future superhero films. Click Next to take a look….

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Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith

Heroic Hollywood Weekend Editor. Pop culture fanatic, writer, and filmmaker. Almost always found on Twitter.

  • 39steps

    “Brief if anything”?

    Hahahahahaha. 3 months of shooting is NOT brief.