Jason Momoa speaks out in favor of his co-star.
In July, Ray Fisher, who appeared on “Justice League” alongside Momoa, accused Joss Whedon of “rude, abusive, unprofessional and totally unacceptable” behavior on the set of the film.
Whedon, the 56-year-old director, stepped in to wrap up production in the photo when director Zack Snyder stepped down due to family tragedy.
JOSS WHEDON, DIRECTOR OF CLAIMS OF THE STAR RAY FISHER OF “JUSTICE LEAGUE”, WAS “ABUSIVE, NON PROFESSIONAL ON THE SET”
Additionally, Fisher, 33, accused producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg of “activating” the filmmaker’s alleged behavior.
Since then, WarnerMedia has opened an investigation into the allegations, but the company has claimed Fisher did not cooperate.
Now Momoa has stepped up to defend Fisher in an Instagram post shared on Monday.
The post featured a photo of the “Game of Thrones” alum, 41, sitting with his co-star during a ComicCon panel.
“THIS S – T MUST STOP AND MUST BE WATCHED ON @ ray8fisher AND ALL OTHERS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED WHAT HAPPENS UNDER @wbpictures’ CUSTODY NEEDS A PROPER INVESTIGATION,” Momoa wrote. “I just think it’s fucked up that people posted a fake Frosty ad without my permission to try and distract from Ray Fisher talking about how we were treated on Justice League covers. ”
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The actor referred to an upcoming “Frosty the Snowman” project in which he previously reportedly starred. The announcement of the upcoming Warner Bros. – which would be produced by Berg and Johns – was made on the same day as Fisher claims.
Fox News has learned that the project is in the development stage and if it’s a snowman, Frosty isn’t the topic. It is not known if Momoa is tied up.
Warner Bros. declined to comment when contacted by Fox News on Monday.
Meanwhile, Momoa concluded her Instagram post: “Serious things have broken down. We have to investigate and people have to be held accountable. #IStandWithRayFisher. ”
Whedon, Berg and Johns did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment, nor did representatives of Fisher and Momoa co-stars, Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck and Ezra Miller.
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In a statement to Variety in July, Berg said it was “categorically wrong that we allowed any unprofessional behavior.”
He said: “I remember [Fisher] being upset that we wanted him to say “Booyaa,” which is a well-known saying from Cyborg in the animated series. ”
Momoa has a strong connection to Warner Bros. because the studio is also home to its billion-dollar “Aquaman”, its upcoming sequel and the December blockbuster “Dune.”
The actors are currently working with Snyder, 54, on a new cut for the film, which will be released on HBO Max.