Justice League Actor Ray Fisher will not let go of his anger at Warner Bros. (Warner Bros.), especially DC Films president Walter Hamada (Walter Hamada).
The cyborg actor allowed WarnerMedia to sneak into an investigation into alleged misconduct during the remake of Joss Whedon Justice League, Tweet today, “Walter Hamada is the most dangerous promoter. He lied, and WB PR failed to be hit hard on September 4th, trying to sabotage the real issues of the Justice League investigation. I will not participate in any works related to him. . A> E.”
On the evening of December 11, WarnerMedia issued a vague statement saying that their investigation was Justice League It was “it has ended and remedial measures have been taken.”
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Regarding Fisher’s participation in DC movies, the actor was in “ Zach Snyder’s Justice League Cut 10 episodes and will reach HBO Max next year. The actors also participated in the DC Fandome panel for functional re-cutting.Fisher of Warner Bros is negotiating to return to cyborgs in the upcoming DC special flash. It sounds like it’s not happening now.
Fisher (Wars Media) launched a storm against WarnerMedia on Twitter on July 1, “Joss Wheadon’s live treatment of actors and crew. Justice League It is crude, insulting, unprofessional, and totally unacceptable. Geoff Johns and Jon Berg made him possible in many ways. Accountability>Entertainment”.
It is important to note that during Fisher’s promotion of the studio, please note that Hamada is not responsible for DC special effects, nor does he have any supervision. Justice League, When Fisher and Whedon were working together. Hamada was an executive of New Line at the time.
On the Friday night of the Labor Day weekend, WarnerMedia issued a lengthy statement that was not common to the studio’s practices in crisis situations. He shot back at Fisher by saying:
“In July, the representative of Ray Fisher ask Walter Hamada, President of DC Films, talks with Fisher about his doubts during the production process Justice League. The two have said before Mr. Hamada asked him to become a Warner Bros. cyborg again. “Coming soon flash Movies, and other members of the Justice League.
In the conversation in July, Mr. Fisher recounted his disagreement with the film creative team regarding his portrayal of Cyborg, and complained that his suggested script revision was not adopted. Mr. Hamada explained that creative differences are a normal part of the production process, and the screenwriter/director of the film must ultimately be responsible for these matters.
It is worth noting that Mr. Hamada also told Mr. Fisher that he will raise his concerns to WarnerMedia so that they can investigate.As Mr. Fisher falsely claimed, Mr. Hamada never “threw anyone off the bus” nor did he make any Justice League The production that Mr. Hamada did not participate in, because the filming was performed before Mr. Hamada was promoted to his current position.
Mr. Fisher has never claimed any action against him, but WarnerMedia still launched an investigation into his concerns about the character’s image. Mr. Fisher was still dissatisfied and insisted that WarnerMedia hire an independent third-party investigator.
The investigator has repeatedly tried to meet with Mr. Fisher to discuss his concerns, but so far, Mr. Fisher has refused to talk to the investigator. Warner Bros. has always been committed to accountability and is committed to the happiness of every actor and crew member. It is also committed to investigating any specific and credible allegations of misconduct that has not been provided so far.
Afterwards Forbes Fisher pointed out in an interview in October that racial issues played a role in the decision that led to his alleged abuse. Justice League.
Justice League Such as NeptuneWhen the actor requested an investigation, Jason Momoa (Jason Momoa) stood in a protest against the film studio by Fisher on social media. Wonder Woman Stars and companions JL Actress Gal Gadot told Los Angeles Times She didn’t shoot Fisher, but “I have my own experience [Whedon], It’s not the best, but I took care of it there and when it happened. I took it to the upper level and they took care of it. But I’m very happy that Ray can tell the truth about him. “
Warner Media did not issue a new statement in response to Fisher’s new statement against Hamada today.
Walter Hamada is the most dangerous promoter.
His lies, as well as the failure of WB PR on September 4th, tried to undermine the real problems of the Justice League investigation.
I will not participate in any works related to him.
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-Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) December 30, 2020