So, as we all know by now Ray Fisher has had some serious issues with the people behind Justice League. The feud has been going on for what feels like a year now, give or take. It sounds like working on Justice League was really a nightmare for him and all I can really say is that I support him. We may never know the details or intricacies of what really went on during filming, but I think we need to support our stars. It doesn’t help the case when other Justice League stars seem to have tweeted out in support of Mr. Fisher. Fisher played Cyborg in Justice League and will be in the Snyder cut of the film as well. Fisher claims that Joss Whedon abused the cast of Justice League when he took over from Zack Snyder. An investigation was launched into the allegations and Fisher claims that Hamada interfered with it. Fisher still thinks Walter Hamada owes him an apology, though.
Walter Hamada still owes an apology to the participants of the Justice League investigation.
— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) February 9, 2021
As I mentioned above this isn’t exactly surprising, considering all the stuff Fisher has said since this all went down. He even stated that he had no intention of participating in any films that involve Hamada. He had this to say about Hamada, previously.
“Walter’s actions have transformed this narrative from an investigation of on-set misconduct in 2017 to the examination of the present day cover-up culture of Hollywood. His contribution to Warner Bros. Pictures September 4th statement to The Wrap was false, Cowardly, and reckless. I maintain that Walter Hamada is unfit for a position of leadership – and I am willing, at any point, to submit to a polygraph test to support my claims against him. I don’t know how many instances of workplace abuse Walter has attempted to cover in the past, but hopefully the Justice League investigation will be the best.”
Walter Hamada has recently had his contract extended through 2023.
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