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DC Cyborg movie: Why we should be excited by Ray Fisher playing Victor Stone
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DC Cyborg movie: Why we should be excited by Ray Fisher playing Victor Stone Ray Fisher has been cast as Cyborg and will appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Justice League movies as well as a solo Cyborg movie. But who is he, who is Cyborg and why should we be excited?

Fisher may have an uber short filmography (his film credits consist of Batman v Superman and short film The Good, the Bad and the Confused), but he is far from an in-experienced actor.

Fisher has made more of a name for himself as a stage actor with roles in Macbeth, To Kill a Mockingbird and in the off Broadway play Fetch Clay, Make Man, where he portrayed boxer Muhammad Ali.

His performance in Fetch Clay, Make Man garnered lots of praise with one reviewer stating that ‘Ray Fisher does a beautiful job as Ali, creating a fully formed man instead of an imitation.’

He is an actor whose star is on the rise, before clinching the role of Victor Stone (aka Cyborg) in the DC Snyderverse, he apparently also auditioned for Star Wars.

Well, for those of you unfamiliar with the character Victor Stone, he is the son of two scientists who work at STAR labs (a research facility that features in a lot of DC comics).

In an act of great parenting, Victor was used as a lab rat to test various intelligence enhancing projects and while the experiments worked (making him a genius), the whole ordeal made him want to rebel and try out things like athletics and making friends with bad elements like Ron Evers (a boy who is basically a hoodlum) that his parents disapprove of.

One day when visiting his parents in the lab an experiment goes horribly wrong and a monster comes through a dimensional portal and kills his mum and severely mutilates him. Victor’s dad forces the monster back through the portal and then saves Victor’s life by repairing his body with his own specially designed metal implants.

When Victor comes to and sees that he is more metal than man he goes into shock and wants to die, though he does eventually adjust to being a cyborg. When he is released from medical care he experiences a lot of hate and fear from the general public based on how he looks, which is also a steep curve for him to get used to, and he also experiences people trying to take advantage of his new state....
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