Ray Fisher is the latest member of Justice League to stand behind the Snyder Cut. Fisher revealed a new image of Cyborg from the unreleased original cut of the movie. DC fans have been clamoring for the release of the Snyder Cut for nearly two years now and it seems like it may actually happen at some point. Warner Bros. has yet to confirm whether or not they will release the movie again, but Zack Snyder and crew are pushing pretty hard for it on social media.

Ray Fisher's image from the Snyder Cut is done up in black and white like the others we've recently seen. Victor Stone is seen outside of a college dean's office, which Fisher captioned with, "When you overhear your dean refer to your mom as 'Mrs.' instead of 'Dr.' and you know he's about to get DESTROYED!" Fisher seems to be hinting that there was an extended scene featuring Elinore Stone, played by Karen Bryson in the original cut of Justice League.

Zack Snyder also released an image from his cut of Justice League over the weekend, which featured Barry Allen and Iris West, which he captioned with, "Cute couple." The director is referring to Allen and West's romance in the comics. Snyder's image comes after Jason Momoa shared an image of Aquaman fighting Steppenwolf, piercing the villain with a spear while Wonder Woman looks on from the distance. The image makes a pretty bold statement and is by far the most exciting out of the bunch that have recently been released by the cast and crew.

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Justice League artist Jay Olivia has been a big supporter of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement for years now. Olivia was one of the first to publicly admit that the cut actually existed, back when nobody believed that it was a real thing. Olivia released what appears to be some pretty detailed storyboard art of Superman throwing a punch and a heat vision blast to Steppenwolf. It seems to follow the image that Jason Momoa shared earlier this week. Regardless, it seems like something might be happening behind-the-scenes either with Zack Snyder and crew, or over at Warner Bros.

While releasing the Snyder Cut seemed like an impossibility a year ago, it seems plausible at this point in time. Justice League tanked at the box office and one could not imagine Warner Bros. jumping up to pour more money into it. With that being said, a decent amount of time has passed and the studio may be willing to possibly redeem the movie in the eyes of the fans. Additionally, the studio made a boatload of money off of Todd Phillips' Joker movie, so they really don't have to worry so much about finding some cash. While we wait to see what happens with the Snyder Cut, you can check out some new images from it below, starting with one from Ray Fisher's Twitter account.

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