DC's Cyborg ISN'T Cancelled: Still Set For 2020 Release

Don't say it's cancelled just yet.

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Despite all of the concerns about the DCEU, Warner Bros are thankfully ploughing on with their shared universe (why wouldn't they, it makes lots of money and delights a lot of fans). That includes expanding the slate with new additions like Black Adam and the Batmanverse titles as well as the initial plans - somewhat surprisingly still including the Cyborg stand-alone.

Some rumours had suggested that the stand-alone had been torpedoed in favour of him only appearing in The Flash, Ray Fisher has told fans that the original plans still remain in place.

He was appearing as a special guest at City Of Heroes, and confirmed that Cyborg is still slated for release in 2020, according to Twitter DC account DC World:

Some had suggested that the best option for Cyborg's solo outing would be a Teen Titans movie, but if he works as a component of Justice League, there's no reason at all why we shouldn't see a stand-alone. As long as the story is good and the effects live up to expectations, there's more than a few good stories to tell.

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