Ray Fisher, the star of the Justice League, has continued his tirade against Warner Bros. for revealing the abuse he was reported against on the set of the Justice League in 2016. He first slammed out against replacement director Joss Whedon and made his way up the ladder through every executive at the company, claiming dismissal at every turn.
Fisher''s biggest moments in the public eye have slammed the studio on social media for what he did, from news about The Batman''s theatrical success to Zack Snyder''s Justice League winning the fan-voted "Movies Cheer Moment" in the 2022 Oscars. The fight for the former DCEU star is still nowhere near.
This has resulted in a substantial transitional period in Warner Bros., which has resulted in the company''s merger and removal of the former CEO. This year, Fisher has again shared his views on the developments.
Ray Fisher''''s Thoughts on WB Exec Changes
Ray Fisher, star of the Justice League, took to Twitter to address Warner Bros.''s latest move.
In a Variety article, Erin Fisher discussed Johanna Fuentes'' retirement as the Communications Chief of the Federal Reserve (WB), noting that the program will "go a long way toward transforming the culture" at the studio. He revisited the "hit piece" that was originally published on September 4, once again noting how the company is trying to "protect Walter Hamada."
"This will go a long way toward changing Warner Bros. The hit piece that was put out on me to protect Walter Hamada was straight out of the old Hollywood playbook. It''s nice to see Warner Bros Discoveryon go for something new. A>E"
Fisher is ineffective in defeating Warner Bros'' management.
The merger with Discovery has prompted some significant changes in the company''s management as the two major studios collaborate. Exactly as Fisher has done with nearly every major event concerning the company over the past few years, he used this moment to reaffirm his stance against the company for what he did on the set of Justice League.
Even after nearly two years have passed since his initial claims, the DCEU''s Cyborg actor is as passionate as ever about making sure Warner Bros. is held accountable for its actions. He''s received support from numerous other actors, including Kiersey Clemons and Aquaman, though nothing has changed on the opposing side.
Fisher''s battle against Warner Bros. is far from over, even as the company enters this transitional period and settles in with its new leadership group. For the time being, however, it appears that fans may expect Fisher to continue expressing his displeasure about their tactics unless sweeping modifications are made in the near future.