Ray Fisher Opens Up On His Reunion With Zack Snyder After His DCU Exit Following Justice League Controversy

With the release of Rebel Moon coming up in full speed, Fisher talks about how it was like to work with the Justice League director again.

Ray Fisher Opens Up On His Reunion With Zack Snyder After His DCU Exit Following Justice League Controversy

SUMMARY

  • Zack Snyder is set to release his upcoming sci-fi film Rebel Moon on Netflix.
  • The cast also consists of Ray Fisher, the star who was seen working with Snyder on Justice League.
  • Fisher had a lot to comment about his reunion with the director while also praising his talents.
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At this point, there is nothing more we can say about filmmaker Zack Snyder that isn’t already known. From various accolades to the enormous cultural impact that the filmmaker has had on comic book films is second to none, which is why he’s so highly revered in the world by fans of superhero cinema.

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Zack Snyder and Dave Bautista on the sets of Army of the Dead
Zack Snyder and Dave Bautista on the sets of Army of the Dead

And as the director looks ahead to his future in the film industry following his disheartening exit from the now-dismantled DCEU, everyone has high hopes for him. To bolster his reputation even further, one of his former co-workers Ray Fisher, who worked with him on Justice League, returns for another rodeo and has nothing but good things to say about Snyder.

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Ray Fisher Reveals What It Was Like To Reunite With Zack Snyder In Rebel Moon

Ray Fisher as Cyborg in the DCEU
Ray Fisher as Cyborg in the DCEU

When someone has created history in their particular field of profession, and they are out to create one again, people just want to line up to either witness it or be a part of it. Thus, actor Ray Fisher did not have to think twice before becoming a part of Rebel Moon, the film that will mark the return of filmmaker Zack Snyder to the forefront of the sci-fi genre.

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In a recent Q&A (via DiscussingFilm), The Flash star opened up about reuniting with Snyder on their aforementioned upcoming film, where he stated that it was an absolute honor to be working with the filmmaker once more. He also said that if you worked with a man like that in the past, it’s a no-brainer to work with him again on another visionary project.

Along with his praises for the Watchmen director, Fisher also revealed that their upcoming film, which will be the first part of a scheduled duology, will be a monumental leap for the sci-fi genre of films as it has the potential to change the entire landscape, which has got the fans even more hyped up than before.

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What Does Rebel Moon Have In Store For Us?

A still from Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire
A still from Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire

Snyder maintains his signature style of larger-than-life adventures and fantastical premises with his upcoming film Rebel Moon. 

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The movie is all set to tell an intergalactic tale of a planet at the edge of a distant galaxy, where the existence of its citizens is on the verge of being wiped out by a cynical tyrant. Thus, the people of that world send out a woman, whose history is shrouded in mystery, to travel to different planets and recruit warriors who are willing to face this threat head-on.

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Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire, releasing on Netflix on December 21, 2023.

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