Like a superhero brawl that bursts onto the streets, then repeatedly dives back underground and resurfaces, the battle between Cyborg actor Ray Fisher and Warner Bros. Studios has played out only partially in public.
Now there is a new eruption. Fisher, 33, who made his breakthrough as the half-man, half-robot hero in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and then expanded on his performance in the notoriously troubled 2017 Justice League film, announced via Twitter Wednesday that he believes he has been dropped from the upcoming standalone film The Flash because he was critical of Warner Bros. and the way it investigated his claims of abuse and unprofessionalism.
Fisher’s managers and agents did not respond for a request for further comment.
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