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Justice League's Zack Snyder Shares A Devastating Cut Image of Cyborg

Ray Fisher's Cyborg

UPDATE: Zack Snyder later clarified Cyborg was visiting his own grave at his family's plot. You can see the original article as it first appeared below.

Last month Justice League director Zack Snyder released a photo from his cut of the film showing Victor Stone/Cyborg looking at an hallucination of himself with his father and dead mother. The director has now released another image of Cyborg from Justice League.

The image, which Snyder shared to social media platform Vero, was posted to Reddit. The caption reads, "Vic pounds the earth at the family plot." This is, presumably, where his deceased mother, Elinore Stone, would be buried.

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After an infamously troubled production process, Snyder left Justice League after a family tragedy. Director Joss Whedon was reportedly called in to complete reshoots that gave the film a lighter tone, and rumors of a Snyder cut of the film quickly began gaining traction online. Several people involved with the production, including Snyder himself, have also publicly discussed the Snyder cut, which is supposedly more in line with the director's original vision for the film.

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Justice League ultimately earned disappointing box office totals and was met with mixed critical reviews. Snyder's aborted sequel to the film, Justice League 2, was originally supposed to release this year. At this time, there's no indication of how the previously-announced Cyborg solo film for 2020 is progressing. However, actor Ray Fisher has said he wants to reprise the role and remains optimistic he'll get the chance to at some point.

Next up for the DC Extended Universe is Cathy Yan's Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), slated for release Feb. 7, 2020; Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman 1984, coming June 5 2020; James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, which arrives August 6, 2021; and Matt Reeves' solo Batman film, which will swing into theaters June 25, 2021.

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