The actor who brings Victor Stone/Cyborg to life in the film has alleged on social media the ill-treatment he received from director Joss Whedon and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
Warner Media has launched the investigation into Justice League production following allegations by actor Ray Fisher. The performer, who brought Victor Stone/Cyborg to life in the film that united the DC superheroes, has been alleging for months on social media the ill-treatment he received from director Joss Whedon - who replaced Zack Snyder in the final stages of the film - and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
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As Variety reports, no conclusion has yet been reached and there is no deadline for this investigation. The abovementioned medium indicates, through the source which has given him the information, that the study has not prejudged Whedon, Johns, and Berg and that the investigation is not limited to them alone. In addition, in order to preserve the integrity of this inquiry, the company has decided that it will not carry it out in the public sphere.
Fisher, for his part, he has posted on his official Twitter account: "After five weeks of interviews with several cast and team members, Waner Media has officially begun an investigation to reach the heart of the toxic and abusive environment created during justice league 'reshoots' and "I think this research will show that Geoff Johns, Joss Whedon, Jon Berg (and others) severely abused their power during the uncertainty of the AT&T. Thank you Warner Media and AT&T for making progress to ensure a safe workplace for everyone!"
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These are just the last tweets Fisher has posted alleging the ill-treatment he received from Whedon, Berg, and Johns. In early July, the actor stated on the social network that while Whedon acted as a director in the 'reshoots' his deal with the cast and the film's team was "gross, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable". Later, Fisher also claimed that Johns and Berg "made possible" the filmmaker's behavior.
In August, Fisher recounted that Johns summoned him to Johns' office "to belittle and warn him" for trying to "carry complaints about the right chain of command" and threatened the actor's career. Berg, for his part, has stated in this regard that "it is categorically false" that they allowed any unprofessional behavior.
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The news of this investigation comes just a day before the DC FanDome, a virtual event that will take place this August 22nd and in which Snyder will present news about his version of the Justice League, which will arrive at HBO Max in 2021.