After 2017’s Justice League debacle, it looms as a big question if DC fans will ever get to see a sequel film. Fortunately, off-screen, the Justice League team members don’t disappoint their fans. There was a mini-reunion of two of Justice League members, Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg, at this weekend’s San Antonio Celerity Fan Fest which was held in JW Marriot Hill Country Resort Hotel.
Fisher took to Twitter to share a picture of himself with Affleck sharing an affectionate bro moment. The picture in question shows Fisher resting his head on Affleck’s shoulder.
Notably, the future of both the DC superhero actors seems uncertain. Rumors are that Warner Bros. is looking for a young actor to replace Affleck for the role of Caped Crusader in Matt Reeves’ upcoming Batman film.
Meanwhile, the Cyborg solo film looks far away from entering production as WB already has a number of films lined up including Joker, Birds of Prey, Suicide Squad 2, Batgirl, Flashpoint and more.
Fisher, however, recently confirmed that he is still attached with the Cyborg role. During an interview with DC World, the Cyborg actor revealed that Zack Snyder would be his top pick to helm the human-robot hybrid standalone film.
A new picture from the San Antonio Celebrity Fan Fest has surfaced online on Reddit which shows Fisher posing with another Justice League actor, Jason Momoa, who plays Aquaman, along with fans.
You can check out the pictures below.
Momoa will soon be seen in action in the soon-to-be-released film, Aquaman. Directed by James Wan, the film also stars Amber Heard as Mera, Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna, Patrick Wilson as Ocean Master, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Temuera Morrison as Thomas Curry, and Dolph Lundgren as Nereus.
Aquaman opens in theatres on December 21.
— Ray Fisher (@rehsifyar) November 11, 2018
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