There's been another development in the ongoing war between Ray Fisher and Warner Bros., as the actor has confirmed that the studio has made the decision to remove him from the cast of The Flash.
The actor goes on to say that Cyborg's role in the movie was much more than just a cameo before once again taking aim at DC Films President Walter Hamada.
His statement makes for interesting reading - he goes so far as to accuse Geoff Johns of "blatant racism" - but once again fails to share any specifics about what went on during the filming of Justice League's reshoots. Fisher does, however, offer to take a polygraph test.
He also mentions that this is "the end of my time as Cyborg," so chances are he's now done with the role. This isn't surprising, and it was hard to imagine a scenario where Fisher would continue to play the character after saying he is no longer willing to work on any project Hamada is involved with.
How Cyborg's absence from The Flash will be handled remains to be seen, and we don't know if Warner Bros. will recast the role.
Check out Fisher's full statement below: