Ray Fisher says that he won’t be working with DC Films head Walter Hamada, calls him “the most dangerous kind of enabler)

The alleged misconduct involved in Zack Snyder’s Justice League is still being investigated

Ray Fisher, who plays Cyborg in Justice League has been the most vocal member in the entire cast regarding the alleged misconduct that happened when Joss Whedon stepped in as director of the 2017 movie. Now he has called out DC Films head Walter Hamada, saying he will not be a part of any DC film associated with him. It also looks like Fisher’s tenure as the superhero will be over after the release of Zack Snyder’s four-hour director’s cut of Justice League on HBO Max in 2021.

The investigation

Ray Fisher says that he won't be working with DC Films head Walter Hamada, calls him "the most dangerous kind of enabler) 1
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Fisher tweeted out on Wednesday that Walter Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler, and spoke about him lying and failing to address the real issues regarding the movie’s investigation. He finished by saying that he will not be participating in any production associated with Hamada.

Hamada took charge as president of DC Films in 2018, following Justice League‘s disastrous run at the box office. Fisher also shared a link to an interview Hamada had recently with the New York Times where he called Snyder’s expanded version of Justice League as “a storytelling cul-de-sac” which had no connection to upcoming DC projects, and that Snyder will not be involved in any of the studio’s future projects.

On December 11, WarnerMedia released a statement saying they have concluded the Justice League investigation regarding Fisher’s claims that Joss Whedon participated in unspecified misconduct and his behaviour was enabled by producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.

Fisher started making accusations in July, and the investigation begin in August. But one of the issues was that Fisher never shared specific details that can back his claims, and hence, the investigation was wrapped up quickly.

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