October 20, 2021

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Warner Bros. responds to Ray Fisher – deadline

Warner Bros. responds to Ray Fisher - deadline

Warner Bros. released a statement regarding the investigation conducted tonight Justice League Production after complaints Ray Fisher, Who played “Cyborg“In the movie.

The investigation came from a July 1 tweet from Fisher Jas Vedon“Gross, abusive” behavior on set. Vedon stepped in to complete the direction Justice League When director Jack Snyder leaves production due to family tragedy.

Jas Wedan’s on – set treatment of the Justice League’s cast and crew is gross, abusive, professional and completely unacceptable. He was, in many ways, initiated by Geoff Johns and Joan Berg. Accountability> Fun, ”Fisher retweeted in July.

A spokesman for Warner Bros. on behalf of the company released the following statement tonight:

In July, Ray Fisher representatives Asked President of DC Films Walter Hamada To talk with Mr. Fisher about his concerns during production Justice League. The two have spoken before When Mr. Hamada was asked to reprise his role as Cyborg in Warner Bros. ‘Upcoming Flash Image, along with other members of the Justice League.

“In their July conversation, Mr. Fisher explained his differences with the film’s creative team regarding his cyborg imagery and complained that he did not accept the suggested script revisions. Mr Hamada explained that creative differences are a normal part of the production process and that a film writer / director should ultimately be responsible for these things.

“In particular, Mr Hamada said he would raise his concerns with Mr Fisher Warner Media So they can investigate. Mr. Fisher was wrong or Hamada never “threw anyone under the bus”, or made any judgments about it. Justice League Since the shooting took place before Mr. Hamada had risen to his current position, Hamada was not involved.

Mr Fisher has never been accused of misconduct, although Warner Media has launched an investigation into his portrayal of his character’s portrayal. Still unsatisfied, Mr. Fisher insisted that Warner Media hire an independent third-party investigator.

“This researcher has made several attempts to meet with Mr. Fisher to discuss his problems, but, so far, Mr. Fisher has refused to speak with the investigator. Committed, which so far Mr. Fisher has failed to deliver. ”

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