Ray Fisher Says Joss Whedon On-Set Behavior Was ‘Gross’ And ‘Abusive’
Few hours ago Cyborg star Ray Fisher said that Joss Whedon On-Set Behavior Was ‘Gross’ And ‘Abusive’ by tweeting the above.
Previously we covered how he retracted everything he said good about Joss Whedon during re-shoots of 2017 Justice League.
Recently Ray Fisher has fired ballistics regarding the matter. Shots recently were fired in the general direction of Joss Whedon, the director who was hired to replace Zack Snyder on the Justice League movie. It arrived in theaters in 2017. There has been significant speculation that the Justice League cast opposed Whedon’s tactics. Not just him but also producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg. According to Ray, they enabled the director. Previously, most of the cast was unable to speak on the matter. Well, Fisher is taking the opening.
Ray Fisher About Joss Whedon
Still, there is no further explanation regarding the above Tweet from Ray Fisher. But the statement raises a considerable number of questions regarding Joss Whedon’s behavior. What did he do to the Justice League cast and crew that was, as Fisher put it, “abusive” and “unprofessional”? Also, what actions could Whedon have done on a set that would deserve to be called “gross” by a prominent cast member of the Justice League?
Ray Fisher played the hero Cyborg in the film. He has been sharing details of his time on the Justice League over the past few weeks. It was his first big-budget movie and his role was butchered by Joss Whedon. He said;
“I don’t praise Chris Terrio and @ZackSnyder for simply putting me in Justice League.” “I praise them for EMPOWERING me (a black man with no film credits to his name) with a seat at the creative table and input on the framing of the Stones before there was even a script!”
Justice League failed terribly at the box office, earning $658 million globally. Over the years, there has been speculation over what changed between Snyder’s vision for Justice League and the final product Whedon delivered. It is evident that the storyline featuring Fisher’s Victor Stone/Cyborg and his father Silas Stone (Joe Morton) was among the storylines that were dramatically cut back.