Justice League Cyborg Actor Says Joss Whedon Should Be Scared Of Abuse Investigation
The Justice League movie recently garnered attention again as Warner Bros. announced that the highly fan-campaigned Snyder Cut version of the film is in the works for HBO Max. The film also saw eyes return towards its direction a few weeks ago, as Justice League Cyborg actor Ray Fisher made claims that director Joss Whedon fostered a toxic and abusive work environment. Now, the actor has followed up on his previously made allegations, claiming that Whedon should be “scared.”
Ray Fisher recently appeared in a virtual Justice Con panel, falling in the same time that San Diego Comic Con At Home programming had been running. During the panel, Fisher reiterated his previous statements that Whedon was “gross, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable” when directing the Justice League film after being made director due to the departure of Zack Snyder. Fisher further shares his assessment of how Joss Whedon has reacted to the allegations, saying:
The man is probably scared, and he should be because we are going to get to the heart of everything everything that went down.”
The Justice League Cyborg actor also responds to recent comments made by producer Jon Berg claiming that Whedon did not engage in unprofessional behavior, stating that Berg’s comments were “tone deaf” and that he should be scared as well of the investigations. It should be noted that Zack Snyder also recently appeared on a Justice Con panel and claimed that he “would destroy the movie” rather than use any of the footage Joss Whedon had shot and directed.
He does not specifically say whether this would be for artistic reasons or in solidarity with Fisher, but one could infer that the latter is his intent. Hopefully, the investigations can soon illuminate how Whedon behaved on the Justice League set, but for now, we must wait and see what true Justice in real life will demand.
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