Ray Fisher appeared alongside his Justice League costar Ezra Miller for a Q&A at this past weekend’s Wizard World Philadelphia. Fisher was asked if he would be willing to appear in a Teen Titans movie and he replied that “nothing is off the table.”
Before appearing in Justice League, Cyborg was fondly remember by most fans as a core member in the popular Teen Titans animated series that ran from 2003 until 2006. With a live action Titans series coming to DC Universe, DC’s streaming service, fans were left wondering if Cyborg would come back to his original team.
During the Q&A, Fisher was asked about his thoughts on the upcoming Titans series.
“I know they have a Titans show coming out in DC’s own universe that they’re doing, some sort of online deal – I haven’t heard too much about it, but you’ll see them represented of live action in that way, for sure.”
Until the release of the New 52 storyline in 2011, Cyborg had been a prominent member of the Teen Titans for his entire comic book run but he was reimagined as a pioneering member of the Justice League. This is the timeline that last November’s Justice League film was loosely based on.
“I mean, for me, all these movies, the only thing that I’m looking for as far as they’re concerned is stories that are grounded and stories that move me, you know what I mean? And that’s what kind of drew me to the DC Universe as opposed to some other things that were going on,” Fisher said of diving further into the character of Victor Stone for future projects.
In Justice League, we caught brief glimpses of Fisher’s Victor Stone but the actor said he was willing to explore the depths of his character more in future projects as long as their was a good story.
“It’s like, stories with consequence actually really appeal to me, where characters are going through recognizable struggle that I see in every day life. So if that translates to Titans or a Cyborg standalone or Justice League 2, as long as that’s there, I’m sold, man. I’m good with anything.”
With an expanding DC Universe coming to big and small screens over the next few years, it appears Cyborg and Ray Fisher are here to stay.
Source: Wizard World via Comicbook