Ray Fisher Demands WB To Restore The SnyderVerse

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This is a battle that’s seemingly been going on since the dawn of time (it’s only been a few months in reality). However, Ray Fisher has now taken to Twitter to demand that Warner Bros. Pictures restores the SnyderVerse.

Ray Fisher played Cyborg in Justice League and Zack Snyder’s Justice League and it probably wasn’t the best experience for the actor.

He’s revealed what it was like working on the movie when Joss Whedon took over the production.

Since revealing how it was for him working with Joss Whedon and certain executives at Warner Bros. Pictures, there have been a number of other actors who’ve also come out in support of Fisher.

A number of actors have also revealed what Joss Whedon was like to work with and it doesn’t make for good reading.

However, then the Snyder Cut was released and people saw a much-improved film from Whedon’s 2017 theatrical release.

Yet, even though the film was a pretty big success, Warner Bros. Pictures still refused to carry on the SnyderVerse.

That said, there’s been a huge outcry online for the SnyderVerse to be restored, and Ray Fisher has added his voice to the millions.

Fisher took to Twitter recently to share the hashtag #RestoreTheSnyderVerse, and people loved him for it.

Ray Fisher calls for Warner Bros. Pictures to Restore The SnyderVerse

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The tweet went viral, with over 16,000 people liking it and over 5,000 people retweeting it.

#RestoreTheSnyderVerse also ended up trending on Twitter the other day, again.

I think #RestoreTheSnyderVerse must be one of Twitter’s best-performing hashtags over the past few months.

Will this convince Warner Bros. Pictures to do what the fans and Ray Fisher are asking them to do?

Only time will tell.

However, this new WarnerMedia/Discovery merger has given the fans hope, and for good reason

Discovery must see how popular the SnyderVerse is and might be convinced to keep it going over on streaming.

We will have to wait and see what happens.

What do you make of this news?

Are you hoping that Warner Bros. Pictures will go ahead and restore the SnyderVerse?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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