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Cyborg actor Ray Fisher confirms Snyder Cut of Justice League exists. The actor went on to say that the only people who think otherwise are 'trolls.' DC fans have been calling on Warner Bros. to release director Zack Snyder's original cut of the doomed movie for over two years now. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement has been all about positivity and has helped to raise money for a number of great causes, while also keeping the Snyder Cut alive in the eyes of the public.
It has been confirmed by Zack Snyder that Ray Fisher's Cyborg has a larger part in his cut of Justice League. The director has posted numerous pictures from his cut on social media over the years to prove it. However, Fisher himself has not yet had a chance to see the Snyder Cut. 'There was a point in time when I was supposed to watch it [The Snyder Cut], but the timing didn't work out,' said Fisher during a Twitch stream over the weekend.
When the Snyder Cut of Justice League first started to gain momentum online, there were many who completely dismissed the idea of it even existing. Some of those people still believe that Zack Snyder has just been trolling fans this whole time in an effort to get more attention to his other projects. Ray Fisher can confirm that the Snyder Cut is real and had this to say.'We're at a point where we can acknowledge the Snyder Cut does exist, and if you speak to anyone that says it doesn't exist then they're trying to troll you, so do not engage with them, don't feed the trolls.'
Aquaman star Jason Momoa claims to have seen the Snyder Cut of Justice League, as have other people close to the project. By the time Zack Snyder had to leave the production, it is believed that production was far enough along that a rough cut could have been assembled. The studio brought on Joss Whedon to take over the reshoots, which ended up lasting months and costing millions of dollars. From what Snyder has said, the movie that ended up in theaters differed wildly from what he originally envisioned.
Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher Ezra Miller, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Henry Cavill have all stood behind Zack Snyder and his original cut of Justice League. Affleck has implied that the production was doomed after the director left, while Momoa has praised the Snyder Cut after watching it. DC fans are holding out hope that HBO Max will host the cut in the near future, but there has been no official talks that have been made public. For now, Ray Fisher claims that the Snyder Cut of Justice League is the real thing. If so, when can we all see it? Ray Fisher's quotes from the Twitch stream were transcribed by Samuel KentMan's Twitter account.
'We're at a point where we can acknowledge the Snyder Cut does exist, and if you speak to anyone that says it doesn't exist then they're trying to troll you, so do not engage with them, don't feel the trolls.' - Ray Fisher#BorgLife#ReleaseTheSnyderCut...
Sad news today as it is being reported that James Bond and Superman actor Vincent Marzello has passed away at the age of 68. The tragic announcement came from Marzello's wife, Lorelei King, who broke the news of the actor's passing on Tuesday morning.'The love of my life, my darling husband Vincent Marzello, died this morning. To those who knew him, I'm sorry to post this news rather than contact you personally, but I am overwhelmed. My heart is broken.'
Though she did not share any details surrounding the death of her husband, she let friends and supporters know that he had passed on via a post on social media. Despite an official cause of death not being given, it has been reported that Marzello was being treated for cancer in 2009. Following his successful treatment, he was diagnosed with early-onset dementia.
Vincent Marzello was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, back in 1951, and began his acting career in the mid-1970s, first appearing in the TV series The Brothers, a British television series, produced and shown on the BBC between 1972 and 1976. He then followed that up with a number of fairly minor roles on the small screen before he decided to make the leap to the big screen and motion pictures.
Marzello appeared twice in the James Bond franchise, the first time as an unnamed crewman in 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me which starred Roger Moore as the iconic secret agent. His second appearance in the hugely popular Bond series was in the role of Culpepper in 1983's 'unofficial' Bond flick Never Say Never Again starring Sean Connery.
Marzello then bounced back and forth between movies and television, alternating guest roles with bit parts in several high-profile releases including Richard Donner's comic book outing Superman starring Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel.
In addition to his work in the James Bond franchise, Marzello also appeared as Luke's Father in director Nicolas Roeg's dark fantasy comedy The Witches, the 1990 adaptation of Roald Dahl's 1983 novel of the same name. During the 90s, Marzello also appeared in movies such as A Kid in King Arthur's Court, The Fragile Heart and the ode to 1970's glam rock, Velvet Goldmine starring Ewan McGregor and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
More recently, Marzello has lent his voice to several different animations and video game projects, with the most prominent being that of the U.S. version of beloved children's show Bob the Builder, in which he voiced the characters Robert and Farmer Pickles. Sadly, Marzello isn't the only name behind Bob the Builder to pass away in recent weeks. William Dufris, who voiced the titular construction worker in the series, died earlier this month at the age of 62. Dufris passed away on March 24 from complications of cancer which was announced by Pocket Universe Productions, the company he co-founded.
Marzello's last credited role was in the family fantasy series The Magical Music Box. He is...
With so many new comic book movies winning awards and making a killing at the box office, it is difficult to determine which of the current crop will be considered true classics of the genre in time. But for veteran actor Michael Caine, who played Alfred Pennyworth in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, that particular series is something truly special, as he explained to The Hindu, starting with his first meeting with Nolan.'He came to the front door of my house in the country with a script. I could see him through the glass but I couldn't recognize him. The moment he introduced himself, I knew exactly who he was because I was a great fan of his three small films.'
Today Christopher Nolan is known as one of Hollywood's biggest filmmakers. But back in 2005, he was seen as more of an indie director, with his most acclaimed work thus far being the low-budget thriller Momento. But despite the lack of big-name projects to his name, Nolan had already begun making a name for himself as a filmmaker to watch out for when Warner Bros. brought him on to reboot the Batman franchise towards a more realistic path. Caine was aware of this when Nolan came to him to be a part of the planned origin movie about the Dark Knight, Batman Begins.'I told him, 'I am too old for Batman. Do you want me to play the butler? What would my dialogues be? Would you like another beverage or more custard?' So, I did the movie and it was one of the greatest things I have done in my life.'
Clearly, Michael Caine has a great deal of respect for the world that Nolan crafted for his version of Batman, and most critics and audiences would agree. The Dark Knight trilogy is widely considered one of the best comic book movies of all time, with the second film in the series, often singled out as the best comic book film ever made, with a once-in-a-generation, Oscar-winning turn by Heath Ledger as the maniacal Joker.
The respect is returned by Nolan, who has put Caine in each of his films ever since the two got together on the sets of Batman Begins. There have even been jokes about Caine having become a necessity for a Nolan film to be successful, so much so that the actor was roped in simply to provide a voice-over for Dunkirk, and received a billing in the credit title for the effort.
Caine is also a part of Nolan's latest film, Tenet, which, in typical Nolan fashion, is shrouded in mystery even after the release of its first trailer online. There are rumors of the movie being a sequel to Inception, and involves some elements of time travel. Apart from Caine, the film stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, who coincidentally is set to take over the mantle of Batman for director Matt Reeves's upcoming feature. This news comes from The Hindu.