Justice League actor Ray Fisher has as soon as once more slammed director Joss Whedon on his Twitter account. This time he has supplied a proof as to why Whedon and different higher-ups at Warner Bros. haven’t sued him but for his continued accusations in opposition to them. It’s as a result of he claims to be “telling the reality”.
Since July 2020, when Fisher first accused Whedon of abusive habits on the set of Justice League, the actor who performs Cyborg has taken to social media a number of instances to precise himself and his frustrations in opposition to the studio’s enabling of Whedon. He has additionally spoken up in opposition to DC Movies President Walter Hamada, referring to him because the “most harmful sort of enabler” in a tweet posted in December, demanding that the latter owes the Justice League actors an apology.
An investigation launched by WarnerMedia over Fisher’s allegations later revealed that “remedial motion” had been taken. The identical was confirmed by Fisher in one in every of his tweets, however whereas he appeared content material on the time, he later expressed that the focus of the investigation had shifted from harassment on the office to the boss masking up stated harassment. An in depth assertion he shared on Twitter accused Hamada of hiding the details to “shield his good friend” along with his newest declare of why he hasn’t been sued but including to his narrative to date.
Amidst the a number of allegations by Fisher, some former Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel solid members have additionally come ahead and shared their experiences of abuse by the hands of Whedon, with some providing help to their co-stars. All of it started when Charisma Carpenter, who appeared on each reveals, supplied her help to Fisher and recalled how Whedon was “casually merciless” on set, indulged in fat-shaming, and had a passive-aggressive angle. Buffy actor Michelle Trachtenberg acknowledged that Whedon’s habits had been traumatizing for her as a young person.
Because the story continues to unfold, there was no remark so removed from Whedon or any of the DC or WarnerMedia staff that Fisher has addressed in his newest tweet. If what Fisher is claiming is the truth is true, then WarnerMedia appears to have a much bigger problem at hand than they first anticipated. It stays to be seen how his newest claims will have an effect on the investigation and the destiny of his skilled profession. His character, Cyborg, has already been written out of the upcoming The Flash film, ending his DC profession. For now, Fisher will likely be seen in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, with plenty of significance being positioned on his character, too.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will likely be accessible to stream on HBO Max beginning March 18, 2021.
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