Published On: Fri, Apr 25th, 2014

Stage actor Ray Fisher cast as Cyborg for ‘Batman Superman’

Director Zack Snyder moves ahead on news related to the “Man of Steel” sequel, which is nicknamed “Batman vs Superman” as another member of the cast is announced. This time, Variety breaks the news on Friday that stage actor Ray Fisher has been cast as Cyborg.

Tales of the NewTeen Titans cyborgFisher has been cast by Warner Bros as Victor Stone or Cyborg, not a major character in the Batman-Superman feature, but is a member of the Justice League. Cyborg’s role “will become much more significant role as Warner and DC develop more films related to the Justice League universe,” sources confirm in the article.

Fisher played Muhammad Ali in the stage production “Fetch Clay, Make Man.”

Fisher played Muhammad Ali in the Broadway play Fetch Clay, Make Man.
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Henry Cavill, who plays Superman in the film, said there’s a great deal of promise in Cyborg as well as the fictional research facility S.T.A.R. Labs, which appears in several DC Comics.

“I think he would create an incredible bridge between superheroes and humanity,” Cavill said of the Cyborg character.

S.T.A.R. Labs was also the workplace of Justice League characters Professor Hamilton (played by Richard Schiff in “Man of Steel”) and the superhero Rampage, although it’s unclear whether the latter is involved in the Batman-Superman film.

Cavill returns as Superman with Ben Affleck set to don the cowl as Batman. Gal Gadot (Furious 6) will play Wonder Woman against Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor.

Also cast are Holly Hunter, Laurence Fishburne, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Callan Mulvey, Jeremy Irons, Tao Okamoto and TJ Norris.

Currently the “Man of Steel” sequel is set to open May 6, 2016.

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