Fisher previously worked with Zack Snyder on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League, and both the original cut and the SnyderCut released on HBO Max earlier this year. On social media, Fisher showcased his excitement for being involved in Snyder’s film, which he called a “global phenomenon.”
Fisher has had his issues in the past with Warner Bros. and DC, namely while working with director Joss Whedon on Justice League. Reports of Whedon’s abusive behavior toward the cast and crew resulted in an internal investigation last year, with no real conclusion having come about other than Fisher stating he wouldn’t be appearing in any future DC/Warner Bros. projects that are overseen by DC Films President Walter Hamada.
While Fisher doesn’t seem too keen to work with Hamada again, he has been fully supportive of Snyder getting to finish his story featuring some of DC’s most iconic heroes. In fact, this isn’t the first time Fisher has thrown his support behind the #RestoreTheSnyderVerse movement. The actor first showed his support back in January tweeting, “What the fans say is canon — is canon. #RestoreTheSnyderVerse.”
Fans may be doing their best to restore the SnyderVerse, but Snyder appears to have moved on following the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. He most recently released Army of the Dead on Netflix, which proved to be a massive success for the streamer, and he’s now working on a television series set within the same universe: Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. Up next, he’s set to direct Rebel Moon, which he has previously described as his take on Star Wars.
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