Zack Snyder's Justice League wasn't just a monumental release for fans, but also for its creators. Zack Snyder got to release his (almost) complete vision, much to the joy of fans. Furthermore, Justice League actors such as Ray Fisher finally got to see their performance shine on screen.
For Ray Fisher, Zack Snyder's Justice League reflects a better time for the actor. Almost a year ago, the actor explained that the reshoots for Justice League were plagued with abuse and harassment from Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns and other WarnerMedia executives.
Ray Fisher won't back down
Since the release of Zack Snyder's Justice League, Ray Fisher hasn't been as vocal about Justice League's abusive reshoots. However, the actor announced on Twitter that he hasn't backed down from taking on WarnerMedia.
In a new Twitter post, Fisher said:
"Walter Hamada, Toby Emmerich, Geoff Johns and Warner believe everything will blow over if they just ignore it hard enough. It won't. They played, and lost, a very dangerous game. I've been encouraged by every industry professional to stay the course. And I shall."
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After Fisher's abuse allegations were made public last year, WarnerMedia allegedly investigated the claims. The company's final findings resulted in Emmerich. Johns and Hamada deemed to be not at fault.
Ray Fisher speaking out against Joss Whedon did result in others coming out to reveal decades of abuse from the director. Actors that worked with Whedon years ago revealed that the director is often abusive on set.
Initially, it appeared that the director was facing real consequences for his actions. For starters, the director is no longer working on a number of Warner Bros projects, such as Batgirl. However, the filmmaker did get to direct three episodes of original Victorian sci-fi show The Nevers.
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