Zack Snyder Reveals Cyborg Will Not Say His Catchphrase In His Justice League Cut

Zack Snyder has revealed that Ray Fisher’s Cyborg will not say his catchphrase is his upcoming Justice League cut. Zack Snyder revealed this via his Vero account.

One of the things that Cyborg is quite famous for is his catchphrase, “Booyah!”. He would say it in the Teen Titans animated series, and it’s become synonymous with the DC Comics superhero.

Well, it turns out that Ray Fisher’s Cyborg will not say “Booyah” in the movie, which I think that a number of people will be very upset about this fact. However, I have to say that it wouldn’t have been in keeping with Zack Snyder’s DCEU movies’ tone.

Cyborg will not say his catchphrase in Zack Snyder’s Justice League cut

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A fan asked Snyder on Vero whether Cyborg would say “Booyah” in his cut of Justice League, which has been revealed to be coming to HBO Max on March 18th, 2021.

Snyder simply responded with, “Hell no”. So, there you have it. Cyborg will not say booyah in the upcoming Justice League movie. It was also revealed that the Snyder’s cut of Justice League will be a four-hour long movie. It had been previously said that Snyder’s Justice League cut would be a four-part miniseries, which I think might have been a better way to go for this upcoming DCEU extravaganza.

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