In next month's "Justice League," viewers will get to see the return of Henry Cavill's Superman, Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, and Ben Affleck's Batman on the big screen. The trio will now be joined by three other superheroes that have been teased in previous DCEU films, namely Jason Momoa's Aquaman, Ezra Miller's The Flash, and Ray Fisher's Cyborg.

Interestingly, it will be the dynamics between the six of these people that will bring more humor and life into the upcoming film that seems to be quite a departure from the brooding look and feel of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." Next month's Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon-directed flick will showcase how Batman will reluctantly open himself up to working with others, given that he cannot battle Steppenwolf on his own.

Recently, Fisher shed more light on his character, Victor Stone A.K.A. Cyborg, whose father, Dr. Silas Stone, utilized one of the Mother Boxes to make his son whole again. Interestingly, Fisher said that his character is representative of people with disabilities. Here's what he had to say about his character.

Ray Fisher on what Victor Stone means to him

In the upcoming "Justice League," Victor Stone A.K.A. Cyborg will be played by Ray Fisher, who previously appeared on "The Good, The Bad, and The Confused" and "The Astronaut Wives Club" TV show. Fisher opened up about playing Cyborg, telling Geek Magazine (via Screen Rant) that fans have already taken to telling him how they feel that they can relate to Cyborg because of their disabilities.

The 30-year old actor shared, "It’s one of those things when you actually start seeing it, when you actually start hearing about it, that made Cyborg more relevant to me than I think he ever had been up until that point."

Cyborg finds something in common with The Flash and Aquaman

The three newcomers to "Justice League" seem to have something in common, according to Ray Fisher.

For one, Cyborg and The Flash both have gone through some traumatic events that led them to become what they are today. As for Cyborg and Aquaman, the two of them have found that they are both living a dual life as half-human and half-something else. In Aquaman's case, he is Atlantean, and for Cyborg, he's a robot. In that aspect, they have some level of respect for each other.

"Justice League" is directed by Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon, and will also see the return of supporting characters Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Connie Nielsen, and J.K. Simmons. Ciaran Hinds will star as Steppenwolf.