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This fall, Zack Snyder filmed new scenes with Ray Fisher for his upcoming track of Justice League, but according to the actor’s latest tweet about Walter Hamada, president of DC Films, the likelihood of you catching Fisher again as superhero Cyborg in a future DC Comics movie, including the previously reported The flash, is apparently slim to none. “Walter Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler,” Fisher wrote on Wednesday, repeating Hamada’s Sunday interview with New York Times, in which he sets out the studio’s ambitious plan to release up to four DC films annually in theaters annually from 2022, with two more films per year premiering exclusively on HBO Max. ‘His lies and the failed hit of WB PR on September 4, wanted to undermine the real issues of the country Justice League investigation. I will not participate in any production related to him. ”
Since July, Fisher has been a vocal critic of Justice League director Joss Whedon, who replaced Snyder when the first director of the movie had to walk away from the filming, and then embarked on the initial Warner Bros. investigation into alleged “abusive behavior” by Whedon, as well as the alleged failure of directors to to seize when the misconduct was brought to their attention. Eventually, a new third-party investigator was appointed.
“More than 80 people were interviewed for @WarnerMedia’s Justice League investigation,” Fisher tweeted earlier this month. A fair, thorough and protected process for witnesses was the first (and most important) step. The following is to ensure that action is taken. Many thanks to everyone who lent their vote! ”
What this action may be, however, remains extremely unclear. On December 11, Warner Bros. concluded their investigation into Fisher’s allegation, but disclosed little about their findings. ‘WarnerMedia’s investigation into the Justice League movie has been completed and corrective action taken, ”the company vaguely announced.