Ray Fisher Has Denied He’s Resigned As Cyborg From The DCEU

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Ray Fisher has once again taken to Twitter and this time it’s to deny the rumours he’s reigned as Cyborg form the DCEU. His tweets are pretty adamant and he also calls out the outlets (namely The Wrap) for the articles they’re written about him.

This is a really fascinating story and I’m actually getting rather worried for Ray Fisher’s career. He recently said on Twitter that Walter Hamada was “the most dangerous kind of enabler”. He tweeted this after it was revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures had renewed Hamada’s contract as President of DC Films. This means he’ll be in the job until at least 2023.

Fisher’s been back on Twitter after it was suggested that he had left the role of Cyborg and the DCEU after claiming that he would never work in something that was attached to Walter Hamada. He’s claiming that the rumours he’s out of the DCEU are untrue.

Ray Fisher has taken to Twitter to deny the rumours he’s leaving the DCEU

https://twitter.com/ray8fisher/status/1347331771633967107

Read more: Ezra Miller Reportedly Wants Cyborg To Appear In The Flash Movie

Here’s what Ray Fisher had to say in the first of the five tweets he posted the other night:

I strongly suggest that @TheWrap amend this article immediately. While I appreciate the reporter’s undying desire to do  @wbpictures and Walter Hamada’s bidding—it is factually inaccurate. I did not publicly step down from anything.

What do you make of this news? Are you at all surprised by everything that’s been going on between Ray Fisher and DC Films? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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