The ongoing saga between Ray Fisher and WarnerMedia continues, with Fisher once again taking to Twitter to dispute comments made by WarnerMedia Studios CEO Ann Sarnoff. In response to a dispute over the contents of the Justice League investigation that wrapped up in December last year, Fisher has suggested that WarnerMedia make the investigator’s findings public.
In January, after the news broke that Cyborg had been written out of the upcoming Flash movie, Ray Fisher said that he would not be involved with any DC film while executive Walter Hamada was involved. While Fisher’s original complaint was about director Joss Whedon’s behavior, and two producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg who allegedly enabled it, he has since targeted Hamada for allegedly covering for the three involved, and accused him of trying to tamper with the Justice League investigation.
An interview with Ann Sarnoff published on Variety this week addressed those claims, with Sarnoff saying that the investigation didn’t corroborate the claims against Hamada.
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