Well, Ray Fisher did provide some clarification on why he’s being so cryptic with his claims.
“No, it is not. I’m still very much under contract, and I’m still very much under [the] non-disclosure agreement. So I’ve got to be very careful about what I say, and how I say it. Otherwise, I could get sued into oblivion. Just a disclaimer there, so the folks who are looking for more specifics in the moment right now, I’m sorry I can’t give them to you in the moment right now.”
This does all make sense. Comic book/superhero roles in general usually carry a hefty NDA alongside them. Gotta bear in mind, you’re not only representing WB, but also DC, superhero genre, previous Cyborg actors etc. It’s certainly a lot to be aware of at every moment, but Fisher was pretty clear.
“This will take some time. We will get it done. We will win, and then we’ll be able to move on in the world. … I know, at the end of the day, regardless of what it is that I’m able to say or not say in this moment right now, there’s no way that all this stuff does not come to light in some capacity.”
This quote in particular is one that is going to start receiving a lot more scrutiny in the days to come. Joss Whedon has not had a favorable month, and the last week it did nothing but get worse for the director.
Not only that he was impossible, but that he was insanely negative towards them and Snyder. Just all around treating the crew like garbage and taking every opportunity he could to sabotage Snyder’s original cut.