Following Batgirl's canceled performance, Ray Fisher of the Justice League throws a shade at DC's boss

Following Batgirl's canceled performance, Ray Fisher of the Justice League throws a shade at DC's bo ...

Batman isn't the only one to demand vengeance. Following the total and total cancellation of Batgirl and the revelation of Warner Bros. Discovery's future plans, the recently merged studio has faced considerable backlash. However, controversy and criticism, especially in terms of DC comic book films, are no longer a concern for Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. exploited the lack of director Zack Snyder's absence to remake the film with Joss Whedon. In addition to the film's poor reception, fans launched a massive campaign to release the Snyder cut of the film and allow the filmmaker to execute his vision.

While Warner Bros. was fortunate to have Zack Snyder's Justice League released on HBO Max in 2021, it wasn't the only issue they had to deal with.

Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in both versions ofJustice League, went public with Whedon's vexing on-set behavior and Warner Bros.' handling of the situation, and has been persistent in doing so.

Fisher has taken to social media once again in the wake of Batgirl in regards to the most recent information about DC's president.

Ray Fisher of the Justice League Responds to the DC President's Nearly Exit

Ray Fisher claimed that DC Films president Walter Hamada was just "feigning outrage."

"Walter Hamada is quite a fan of feigning outrage and pretending to quit a job he knows he's being replaced at."

According to reports, Hamada will continue in his position until the release of Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam on October 21.

The Controversy Legacy Remains

Again, this is not the first time Ray Fisher has criticized Warner Bros.' social media leadership.

Fisher emailed Hamada his displeasure on social media in June of this year, making a reference to Amazon Prime's The Boys. Prior to that, the actor publicly called on Hamada to apologize. The Snyder Cut won the fan-voted "Movies Cheer Moment" award at the Academy Awards.

Fisher's displeasures extend beyond Hamada; he also saluted Warner Bros. Chairman Toby Emmerich's departure following the Discovery acquisition.

As long as the old guard remains and leadership continues to choose controversy, fanfare and disgruntled actors will only follow.

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