With the heavy hitters of the silver screen Justice League introduced during Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, the DCEU now has some wiggle room to explore the less established members of the iconic superhero team. Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) all represent relatively unexplored territory on the big screen, and as such, there exist many opportunities to branch out and attempt new things. Marvel may have pioneered the cinematic superhero universe, but DC has a chance to perfect it, and there's no better place to try that than the upcoming Flash solo movie.

DC seems to understand that, as some unconfirmed rumors have even indicated that The Flash will reportedly capitalize on that idea by bringing Cyborg into the fray. However, a character cannot simply be introduced to a film just for the sake of it, and we've compiled a list of six things we want to see if the rumors are true and Cyborg does indeed appear in The Flash. Check out the list and let us know what you want to see when Vic Stone and Barry Allen team up. Now let's get started with arguably the most important thing that Flash and Cyborg need to bring to the DCEU...

Buddy Humor

Good God, the DCEU needs this more than anything right now! In their most traditional depictions, both The Flash and Cyborg have always felt more like lighthearted heroes than many of their Justice League counterparts. To capitalize on the essence of each of these characters, The Flash needs to emphasize both Barry and Vic's distinct senses of humor and allow the film to generate some solid laughs along the way. We don't need the movie to veer into full-blown Deadpool territory, but The Flash must still keep the humor flowing to feel like a good, old-fashioned buddy movie. If can get at least one "boo ya!" out of Cyborg, then we will most certainly walk away from the movie completely satisfied.

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