WarnerMedia launches investigation into Justice League production


Zack Snyder chose to move away from post-production on JUSTICE LEAGUE due to a family tragedy, which led Warner Bros. to bring Joss Whedon on board to rewrite parts of the film and oversee the covers. At San Diego Comic-Con 2017, Ray Fisher and his colleagues took the opportunity to promote the Joss Whedon version of the film. At the time, Fisher said: “ Joss is a great guy and Zack picked a great person to come clean and finish for him.“As we know, Fisher used Twitter in June to”to retract forcefully“His previous statements. The actor later alleged that the production on the JUSTICE LEAGUE covers was filled with misconduct, particularly Joss Whedon as well as producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.

Well, it looks like WarnerMedia has now launched a full investigation into the production of JUSTICE LEAGUE. A source told Variety that the investigation was not limited to Whedon, Johns or Berg, and that to preserve the integrity of the investigation, WarnerMedia ” will not lead him into the public sphere.“Fisher hailed the investigation as a”big step forward ” on Twitter.

Fisher previously alleged that Joss Whedon’s behavior on the set of JUSTICE LEAGUE was ” rude, abusive, unprofessional and totally unacceptable,“And even said that Geoff Johns had made a”thinly veiled threat“To his career. It remains to be seen what comes out of this investigation, but we’ll see more of JUSTICE LEAGUE soon as Zack Snyder and the cast are expected to unveil a new look at the movie’s Snyder Cut during DC FanDome this Saturday.


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