Actor Ray Fisher, who plays ‘Cyborg’ in the upcoming superhero ensemble film Justice League, said it took him three years to develop his character. The 30-year-old actor also said that the character is “super deep”, reported Femalefirst.
“It was a three-year process from start to finish with this film which was absolutely necessary because the character is super deep and I think him being able to put the negative notions aside about himself and his powers is sort of what all this is about,” said Ray.
“To be able to become a part of the team, the way he once was when he was an American football player. So, I hope it resonates with fans,” he added.
Ray’s character Cyborg develops from Victor Stone whose entire body gets damaged in an accident post which his body parts are replaced with fine gadgets. He was earlier seen in a cameo in Batman vs Superman: The Dawn Of Justice where he had portrayed the same character.
Talking about his character the actor further said,”I think in a lot of ways, Cyborg is super reluctant to join the team because of the trauma that he had due to the accident he had and the fact that he cannot live a normal life the way that these other members can. He can’t take off his costume and just walk the streets in a super identity. He is both Victor Stone and Cyborg 24/7. So bouncing that duality within oneself was a very interesting process.”
The film is set to hit the screens on November 16.
(With PTI inputs)