Now, in an interview Forbes, Fisher learned more about the alleged abuse.
“The reason that set my soul on fire and forced me to name Jos Wheaton this summer is that I learned that Jos ordered the color changes in the post-production of the actors because he did not like their colors. Skin color. , Fisher said Forbes Contributor Sheraz Farooqi in an interview published on Thursday.
Fisher continued to accuse Warner Bros. executives of participating in “racist conversations” about the product.
“prior to Justice LeagueFisher said: Forbes. “The decision makers involved in the racist dialogue are Jeff Johns, Jon Berg and the current chairman of Warner Bros. Pictures Toby Emmerich.”
This is the first time Fisher has publicly accused Emmerich of wrongdoing.Warner Bros. did not respond Hollywood ReporterRequest for comment.
Fisher also said that Wheaton played the role of multiple actors who minimize or completely cut color, including Ryan Choi, Joe Morton, Karen Bryson Bryson and Kiersey Clemons.
“I have always suspected that race is the decisive factor in making things worse, but it wasn’t until this summer that I was able to prove it,” Fisher told me. Forbes.
On July 1, Fisher alleged on Twitter that Whedon was in this group Justice LeagueAfter Zack Snyder resigned due to a family tragedy, the filmmaker took over the film. Fisher also claimed that the producers Johns and Berg used Wheaton’s alleged behavior.
Warner Media launched an investigation into the allegations, but on September 4, Warner Bros. issued a statement claiming that Fisher would not cooperate with third-party investigators seeking these allegations. Fisher denied this in his statement.Fisher Justice League Co-star Jason Momoa-both dune with Neptune In a public statement against Warner Pictures on September 14, Fisher won public support.
In his interview ForbesFisher said that WarnerMedia has hired a new third-party investigator to investigate, adding that this investigator has supervised the misconduct of former WarnerMedia CEO Kevin Tsujihara (Kevin Tsujihara). Allegations, the latter withdrew in 2019.
Fisher also addressed those who might doubt his claims.
“You really have to ask yourself, what is more reasonable? I will deliberately sabotage my career by making comments about influential figures in Hollywood. If it is not true, it is easy to be refuted. Or a few. Those in power said and did terrible things in order to maintain this power in large-scale company mergers.”
As in the past, Fisher went on to say that more details will surface after the investigation: “I plan to make more specifics about each of these guys after the investigation is over-this interview is only an abridged version.”
Fisher was working with Snyder to film other scenes during the interview Zach Snyder’s Justice League, The four-part HBO Max series will restore the original intention of the director.
Fisher’s full interview can be read here.