Ray Fisher said this about Joss Whedon… “Joss is a great guy and Zack picked a good person to come in and clean up and finish up for him.” I heard him. I was at San Diego Comic-con a few years ago when the Justice League Cast was in the infamous Hall H promoting Justice League. A fan asked the panel about the reshoots, and not if Joss was cool, or even a good director. Then Ray Fisher took it upon himself to answer for everyone. So why did Fisher say that?
I know that actors are contractually obligated to promote their films. But why say THAT? There are so many ways to praise the film, even the re-shoots, without singing Joss’ praises so loudly and proudly. Nobody else did. So why say “Joss is a great guy”, in front of six thousand rabid fans, and then years later take it back, after Cyborg’s role in the film was cut way down, and the Cyborg film was taken off the production slate?
First Fisher went after Joss Whedon, then Geoff Johns, and now Walter Hamada. So was he lying then, when he said “Joss is a great guy and Zack picked a good person to come in and clean up and finish up for him.” Or is he lying now? – Check out the video of the Comic-con panel below, and skip ahead to time index 18:21. Or watch the whole thing to see how distraught Ray Fisher is not.
Also, Yesterday, Ray Fisher issued a LONG Twitter manifesto against Walter Hamada, the head of DC Films, claiming he interfered with the investigation into Fisher’s unspecified claims. I am not going to post that here. Google it if you want to read his latest rant. Because somehow, now he’s surprised he’s been written out of the New upcoming Flash Film. In other words, he’s been FIRED.
Are you kidding me? Last week Ray Fisher posted“… I will not participate in any production associated with him. (Walter Hamada).” So how can he be surprised he’s no longer part of The New Flash film, overseen by DC Film President Walter Hamada? Are you kidding me?!
Here’s the first line of Warner Media’s response… “I believe in Walter Hamada and that he did not impede or interfere in the investigation,” said WarnerMedia chair and CEO Ann Sarnoff. “Furthermore, I have full confidence in the investigation’s process and findings…” Nuff Said….