The Flash Director Doesn't Agree That Cyborg's Going to Be in the Movie

Image: Justice League, Warner Bros.
Image: Justice League, Warner Bros.

This is slightly weird. Following Variety’s report that Cyborg (Ray Fisher) was going to crossover into the Flash’s standalone movie, director Rick Famuyiwa has responded on Twitter with a negative. Or, at least, something that sounds like a negative.

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Posted yesterday afternoon, a day after Variety published its story, Famuyiaw tweeted a link to it and “#SaysWho ?”

Which definitely seems to refute the story. Or, you know, could be a very roundabout way of asking about the source so they could punish him or her for leaking. More likely to be the former.

Katharine is the Associate Director of Policy and Activism at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the former managing editor of io9. She writes about technology policy and pop culture.

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