Wheaton allegedly told the star Gadot, “He is a writer and she wants to shut up and say something.”
In the past year, “Justice League” star Ray Fisher used social media to adapt the film to directors Joss Whedon and Warner Bros. (Warner Bros.) ‘S executives made a speech, but he has now accepted the first full sit-down interview in Hollywood. reporter. Fisher’s lengthy profile includes information about the allegedly strained relationship between Whedon and Fisher’s “Justice League” starring Gal Gadot detail.
The “Supergirl” actress said in December 2020 that her experience at Wheaton was “not the best”, and now THR reports that according to “known sources”
According to the THR report, a source revealed that “the biggest conflict is… when Wheaton urges Gadot to record her disliked lines, threatening to damage Gadot’s career and demean “Wonder Woman.” Director Patty Jenkins (Patty Jenkins). Although Fisher refused to discuss anything with Gadot, the witness of the work later talked to investigators. He said that after a conflict, “Joss ) Bragging that he has reached an agreement with Gal. He tells her that he is a writer and she is going to shut up and say lines, and then he can make her look very stupid in this movie.
A source also told the media that Gadot had “questions about her character being more aggressive than the characters in “Wonder Woman”. She wants the character to flow from one movie to the next. Movies.”
Allegedly, Gadot and Jenkins fought Whedon and held a meeting with Kevin Tsujihara, then CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment. Gadot said in a statement to THR: “I’m [Whedon] Warner Bros. dealt with this problem in a timely manner. “IndieWire has contacted representatives of Whedon, Gadot and Warner Bros. for further comments.
Fisher’s profile also includes new details about the robot actor’s battle with Whedon and Warner Bros. executives. One of the points of contention between Fisher and the executive Geoff Johns was the appearance of people who rely on mechanical devices to sustain life. Johns allegedly told Fisher that “the way of acting is not like Frankenstein , And more like the kind-hearted Quasimodo.” The infamous mechanical-sustaining line “booyah” allegedly also caused some tensions.
According to THR: “Fisher says Johns is close [original ‘Justice League’ director Zack] Snyder intends to join this line, but the director does not want any colloquialisms. He coped with this situation by adding some words to some of the signs in the movie version as Easter eggs. But the representative of Johns said that the entire studio believes that the Booyah series is an “interesting synergy moment.” “
Fisher told THR that the live-action “Justice League” included the slogan: “Black characters in pop culture have a clear term: Gary Coleman’s” Whatchoo talkin”, “Bout, Willis”; Fisher pointed out that Jimmie Walker’s “Dy-no-mite! “.
Please visit the website of the Hollywood Reporter to read more from the Fisher profile.