WarnerMedia is ready to argue with Ray Fisher in the past, even if the actor is not.
Fisher (Fisher) posted several tweets targeting the company on Thursday, partly in response to a story from TheWrap, which stated that after Fisher left the project, he was in the upcoming “Flash” The characters in the movie will not be recast. He said, “Since they buried me and JL’s investigation, Warner Bros. has been trying to regain control of the narrative.”
A representative of the company told TheWrap in response to Fisher’s tweet: “The investigation was conducted by an external law firm and led by a former federal judge.” “More than 80 people were interviewed. We were thorough and complete. Sex is full of confidence and has taken remedial action. The investigation is over and it is time to continue.”
Fisher representatives did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.
Fisher also stated that Warner “is parting ways with Jos Wheaton” and writer and producer Jeff Johns “will follow suit.” An insider believes that Johns is still working in the studio, producing “Actress”, “Batman”, “Doom Patrol”, “Superman and Louis” and “Titan”.
Fisher’s beef with DC Films first appeared in July last year, when the actor publicly accused Joss Whedon, director of the “Justice League” of “crude, insulting, and unprofessional” behavior. Fisher said that then Geoff Johns, the president of DC Entertainment, and Jon Berg, the former co-chairman of Warner Corporation, contributed to Wheaton’s actions. As part of the “reorganization”, Berg left the company in December 2017, and Johns resigned seven months later. He began to criticize Hamada in September.
Warner Bros. launched an independent investigation in mid-August, a move that Fisher initially celebrated. But on September 4, he criticized the company on Twitter and said: “After talking about Justice League, I received a call from the president of DC Films. He tried to combine Jos Wheaton and Jon Berg threw on the bus, hoping I would like Jeff Johns. I won’t.”
In a counter-statement later that day, Warner Bros. denied Fisher’s allegations against Hamada and stated that the actor had never really accused anyone of “actions that can be done.” The company also said that despite repeated attempts to contact Fisher, Fisher refused to talk to investigators.
In a statement issued on December 11, WarnerMedia stated that it has concluded allegations of misconduct against Fisher during the production of “Justice League.” The company said it had taken “remedial measures” but declined to clarify its meaning.