Read the Below News Ray Fisher Details How Joss Whedon and Warner Bros. Reportedly Mismanaged Justice League
Ray Fisher is continuing to speak out about alleged inappropriate conduct on the set of 2017’s “Justice League.”
The actor, who accused the film’s director Joss Whedon of “gross, abusive” behavior on Twitter in July, made allegations against other top executives involved in the superhero film.
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Among the latest allegations, Fisher claims he learned that former DC Films co-chairman and “Justice League” producer Geoff Johns, then-DC Films co-chairman Jon Berg, Warner Bros. studio chief Toby Emmerich and other top executives expressed concerns about having “an angry Black man” at the center of the movie, which underwent sunnier revisions after director Zack Snyder stepped away from the project.
According to Fisher, Johns dismissed the actor’s concerns after telling Fisher to play his character Cyborg like Quasimodo from “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.”
“I didn’t have any intention of playing him as a jovial, cathedral-cleaning individual,” Fisher said. “It was like he was assuming how Black people would respond rather than taking the advice from the only Black person – as far as I know – with any kind of creative impact on the project.”
Fisher added: “That was the last creative conversation about anything that Geoff Johns and I had. I knew I was on my own.”