JUSTICE LEAGUE Star Calls Out Joss Whedon For On-Set Behavior

It seems that JUSTICE LEAGUE star, Ray Fisher has more to get off of his cybernetic chest than just what he tweeted a day prior. Fisher who plays Cyborg in the film recently retracted his support of theatrical director, Joss Whedon, who stepped in to replace director Zack Snyder after the unfortunate death of his daughter.

It is no secret that many of Fisher’s scenes in the superhero team up film were cut and eventually plans for his solo film were scrapped. But as of today more has come out why Fisher has retracted his support.

In a tweet this morning Fisher with further with describing the treatment he experienced with Whedon on-set. He says, “Joss Whedon’s on-set treatment of the cast and crew of Justice League was gross, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable. He was enabled, in many ways, by Geoff Johns and Jon Berg. Accountability>Entertainment.”

It also needs to be mentioned that yesterday he praised director/writer Zack Snyder and co-writer Chris Terrio.

Many fans blame Whedon for the theatrical box office flop of the film. Claiming his “butchered Snyder’s vision” while “changing it to his own”. We are going to see the full vision in which Snyder envisioned when the Snyder Cut version of JUSTICE LEAGUE is released on HBO Max in May of 2021.

Get To Know Cyborg with This Justice League Featurette

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The official countdown to DC’s Justice League is on and we are getting tidbits here and there to hype up the film as a whole.

Now AT&T has teamed up with Warner Bros to give us a look at some of the characters. Cyborg also known as Victor Stone, as played by Ray Fisher in Zack Snyder‘s upcoming live-action feature, the half-man, half-machine character is finally getting his share of the spotlight.

Fisher is breaking down the superhero and giving us some back story. This will be a bit of help for those unfamiliar to the character or have not seem him on the animated series Teen Titans or Teen Titans Go!

Check out the Cyborg/Victor Stone featurette forJustice League below: