Since last summer, Fisher has been working at Warner Bros., claiming that he was at Joss Whedon (Joss Whedon) Justice League. This fierce battle included shots of Walter Hamada, president of DC Films.
According to WarnerMedia, Hamada heard Fisher’s voice and investigated Warner Bros. Then WarnerMedia took over the investigation. The review of Fisher’s complaint found no issues worth pursuing.
However, Fisher’s complaint of abuse on the set was later supported by recent comments by staff involved in other Wheaton production activities. They complained that there is a frivolous style and preference between actors and writers, and Wheaton has not yet responded to the allegations.
WarnerMedia responded to Fisher’s Twitter today: Justice League survey. As mentioned earlier, we conducted an extensive and thorough third-party investigation. Our executives, including Walter Hamada, cooperated fully and found no evidence of interference, and Warner Bros. did not lie in the press. Now is the time to stop saying other things and move forward productively. “
WarnerMedia’s statement was supported by Fisher’s head of investigation, former federal investigator and investigator Katherine B. Forrest.
“I am disappointed by the continuous public statements that show that Walter Hamada has interfered in any way Justice League survey. He didn’t. I interviewed him many times, especially the very limited interaction between him and Mr. Fisher. I found Mr. Hamada to be reliable and coming soon. I concluded that he did not do anything to hinder or interfere with the investigation. On the contrary, the information he provided was very helpful in advancing the investigation. “
Extended director’s cut Justice League The film made by Zack Snyder will premiere on HBO Max on March 18.
Do you remember that time Walter Hamada and @wbpictures tried to undermine the credibility of black people and lied in the press to publicly declare the legality of a very serious investigation?
But the black superman…
-Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) February 27, 2021