Warner Bros. Pictures is out for some justice of its own.
The studio has responded to claims made by the “Justice League” actor on Friday Ray Fisher, Especially regarding the conduct of the top executives at them DC Films The unit and the internal superhero film of 2017 in which Fisher starred.
The WarnerMedia-owned store is explicitly denying Fisher’s claim, the head of DC Films. Walter Hamada The filmmakers tried to play with each other to explain the actor’s problems with the introduction of Batman, Wonder Woman and other fighters – his character, Cyborg. Moreso, the studio says Fisher did not co-operate in the investigation he initiated as he wished.
The response came in the wake of Fisher’s tweet on Friday, which included ongoing allegations against “Justice League” pinch-hitter director Jose Whedon and the film’s creators, Off of Johnson and John Berg. Earlier this summer, Fisher accused Wadden of emotional behavior on set. On Friday, he accused Hamda of soliciting his concerns on Weiden and Berg alone.
“After talking about the Justice League, I got a call from the president of DC Films, in which he tried to throw Jose John and John Berg under the bus that I would trust Jones off,” Fisher said. “I won’t.”
Read the full response from Werner Bros. spokes:
In July, Ray Fisher’s representatives asked DC Films President Verter Hamada to talk to Mr. Fisher about his concerns during the creation of the “Justice League”. The two had previously spoken when Mr Hamada asked them to re-reveal their role as cyborgs in Warner Bros. ‘Flash movie coming together with other members of the Justice League. In his July conversation, Mr. Fisher spoke of his disagreement with the film’s creative team over his portrayal of Cyborg, and complained that his proposed script improvements had not been adopted. Mr. Hamada explained that constructive differences are a normal part of the production process, and ultimately the writer / director of the film will have to handle these matters. Significantly, Mr. Hamada also told Mr. Fisher that he would raise his concerns in the War Media so that he could investigate. As Mr. Fisher falsely claimed, or presented any judgments about “Justice League” production, as Mr. Hamada was not involved, Mr. Hamada did not do so before the shooting of the film, at any time Mr. Hamada ever threw “under the bus.” Was not. ” . Hamada was elevated to his present position.
While Mr. Fisher never accused him of misconduct, Warnermedia began investigating concerns about the portrayal of his character. Not yet satisfied, Mr. Fisher insisted that WarnerMedia appoint an independent third party investigator. The investigator has tried several times to discuss his concerns with Mr. Fisher, but to date Mr. Fisher has refused to speak with the investigator. Warner Bros. is responsible for each of its productions and for the well-being of every cast and crew member. It is committed to investigating any specific and credible allegations of misconduct that Mr. Fisher has so far failed to provide.
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