The Justice League has found a new enemy: Joss Whedon. A few weeks ago, Ray Fisher (Cyborg) publicly denounced the attitude of the filmmaker, but also of producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, guilty according to him of behavior “obnoxious and unprofessional” during the filming of additional scenes of the superheroic feature film, following the departure of Zack Snyder for family reasons. In a crusade alone against all, the acBritish actor had so far not received the support of his DC Comics film game partners, despite their “meeting” (via webcam, due to covid) during the digital event DC Fandome.
It was finally that night that Jason Momoa decided to take the floor on Instagram to confirm Fisher’s words; using the hashtag #IstandWithRayFisher (“I’m with Ray Fisher” in French), the interpreter of Aquaman denounced the treatment “crappy” which the actors of the film were the subject of during the reshoot of Justice League, calling through the same channel Warner Bros. Studios. to conduct a real investigation into the actions perpetrated during this decidedly cursed shoot. Joss Whedon is however not named in this post “liked” more than 400,000 times.
“THIS SHIT MUST STOP AND MUST BE EXPOSEDEE. RAY FISHER AND ALL WHO HAD THIS UNDER THE SURVEILLANCE OF WARNER BROS STUDIOS DESERVE A REAL INQUIRY. I think it’s really rubbish that a bogus press release posted without my permission tried to distract from Ray Fisher’s comments about the shitty way we were treated in the Justice League reshoots. Serious things have happened. There needs to be an investigation and the people concerned must pay for the consequences of their actions. “
While the investigation continues to be in full swing, remember that a new cut titled Justice League: The Snyder Cut will be released next year as a four-episode miniseries on the HBO Max platform at United States.