Although Justice League actor Ray Fisher first spoke up about his issues with the filming of the 2017 superhero flick back in July—including accusations that replacement director Joss Whedon was “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable” in his treatment of its cast and crew—he’s never gone into much detail about what actually went down on the film’s set after Zack Snyder was forced to depart it. That changed today, though, when Fisher gave an interview to Forbes, outlining at least some of his issues with the behavior of Whedon, producer Geoff Johns, and others who worked on the film, including allegations that “The erasure of people of color from the 2017 theatrical version of Justice League was neither an accident nor coincidence.”
'Justice League' director Joss Whedon has denied actor Ray Fisher's claim that he tried to digitally alter a castmate's skin tone on the superhero film.
Warner Bros. Pictures is out for some justice of its own. The studio has responded to Friday claims from "Justice League" actor Ray Fisher, specifically regarding the conduct of the top executive at their DC Films unit and the efficiency of their internal investigation into the 2017 superhero film in which Fisher starred. The WarnerMedia-owned […]
Director Zack Snyder revealed the extended first look at the Snyder Cut of "Justice League" during the DC FanDome virtual convention on Saturday. Snyder said the film will be released on HBO Max in 2021 in four, one-hour segments, as well as having an option to watch it as an unbroken four-hour movie. He also […]
WarnerMedia has launched an investigation into the production of "Justice League," a source with knowledge at the company confirmed to Variety. The decision comes after repeated public statements by one of the film's stars, Ray Fisher, alleging misconduct by filmmaker Joss Whedon and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg while making the film. There have […]
In a live panel for the independent "Justice League" fan convention JusticeCon on Saturday, actor Ray Fisher claimed that he is undergoing "a process" to get to "the heart" of his earlier allegations that director Joss Whedon engaged in "abusive, unprofessional" behavior on the set of the 2017 DC Comics adaptation. Fisher was asked to […]
The superhero star calls out the director for alleged "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" treatment of cast and crew in latest controversy to engulf the troubled DC Comics team-up movie.
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At Comic-Con for a “Justice League” panel, Ben Affleck addressed a recent report that his Caped Crusader days were ending.
At the beginning of 2016, news came out that Amber Heard was joining the cast of the upcoming Justice League Part One in an unconfirmed role. Now that unconfirmed role has become un, unconfirmed, or in layman’s terms - confirmed. She will be playing Mera, Queen of Atlantis and love of Aquaman. She un-unconfirmed, or confirmed, it to Entertainment Tonight and even talked about her costume. “It’s interesting. I’m wearing a half suit of armor, half scales, I dunno — it’s strange, it’s strange,” she told Entertainment Tonight’s Katie Krause.