Cyborg Spinoff Slated For 2020 Premiere Date

There might be trouble in paradise as Justice League endures a number of reshoots and The Flash is madly scrambling around to find a director, but one project appears to be on course for Warner Brothers and DC Films. This week, actor Ray Fisher traveled to the U.K. for the City of Heroes convention and sporting a black t-shirt that read "Borg Life," the 28-year old earmarked 2020 as the schedule for the studio to release his own standalone title.

Reporting on the news was DC World who attached an image of Fisher alongside the announcement.

"Confirmed at #coh3 today @rehsifyar in #Cyborg standalone movie is in the works and on schedule for 2020 release #borglife."

Timetables have altered before with DC and perhaps this is a ploy to offer some positive PR. As of now, 2020 is the date for Cyborg to debut after Fisher enjoyed a short cameo in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Tank Time On The Gold Coast For Aquaman

Sneak peek of Hollywood blockbuster 'Aquaman' now filming on the Gold Coast. #9News | 9News.com.au

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The Gold Coast in Australia's Queensland state can be a hotbed of activity at the best of times, but a giant water tank complete with Hollywood stunt men still manages to surprise. Filming DC's Aquaman Down Under, filmmaker James Wan has taken the cast and crew back to his native country and given the scope of the blockbuster, the local press were drawn to the action.

Jason Momoa's fellow colleagues Temuera Morrison and Otis Dhanji were spotted around town, but lead man Jason Momoa has been absent from the paparazzi gaze. This tank set is geared towards the second unit of production as the talent have been kept for other duties.

No Post-Credits For Wonder Woman Installment

While every superhero movie has seemingly engaged in the post-credit scene extravaganza of late, Wonder Woman producer Charles Roven has come out to say that the June 2 epic won't be partaking. Despite Warner Brothers and DC following the trend, Roven argues that the scenes can feel forced.

"I'm not going to say we'd never do one," he admits. "There was one in Suicide Squad. But I don't think that we want to feel that we're forced to do something just because we didn't in the past."

The early screenings have yielded nothing but positive results and this might be an indication that the studio has learned that it is better to under promise and over deliver rather than the other way around. So when the credits roll for Wonder Woman, you are free to pick up your popcorn container and leave.

Source: MovieWeb, Cinemablend

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