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Thursday 29 January 2015

Fisher named as Snyder's Cyborg

Zack Snyder will direct the Man Of Steel sequel
Zack Snyder will direct the Man Of Steel sequel

Zack Snyder has found his Cyborg for the untitled Batman vs Superman film.

Theatre actor Ray Fisher has been cast as Victor Stone/Cyborg, who is a member of the Justice League, reported Variety.

Ray's casting in director Zack's Man Of Steel sequel comes after a couple of weeks of various actors being tested for the role.

He will join Henry Cavill and Amy Adams, who are returning as Superman and Lois Lane, and newcomer Ben Affleck, who is taking on the role of Batman. Jesse Eisenberg will play Lex Luthor and Jeremy Irons will be Alfred, Bruce Wayne's loyal guardian.

Zack is directing from a script by David S Goyer.

The film is set to open in May 2016.

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