While HBO Max continues to promote the Snyder Cut of DC’s the Justice League, which will feature Darkseid, a cast member has spoken out. However, it doesn’t look too kindly on the director that replaced Zack Snyder during production on the original version.

Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in the movie, tweeted out a video of himself from a Comic-Con panel in 2017 featuring the cast where he discussed Joss Whedon coming on. However, Fisher has now retracted those statements.

A question from the audience during the panel asked the cast about the reshoots and wanted to know if they were filming “Part 2” of the movie. Fisher responded, “Well, if it’s a secret, we can’t tell you that, first off, right? I think we’re just about finished with everything. They’ve been brief, if anything. Joss [Whedon] is a great guy and Zack [Snyder] picked a good guy to clean up… to finish up for him.” The caption that goes along with the tweet states, “I’d like to take a moment to forcefully retract every bit of this statement.”

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