Actor Ray Fisher, who plays 'Cyborg' in the upcoming superhero ensemble film "Justice League", said it took him three years to develop his character.
The 30-year-old actor also said that the character is "super deep", reported Femalefirst.
"It was a three year process from start to finish with this film which was absolutely necessary because the character is super deep and I think him being able to put the negative notions aside about himself and his powers is sort of what all this is about," said Fisher.
"To be able to become a part of the team, the way he once was when he was an American football player. So, I hope it resonates with fans," he added.
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