Back in July, Justice League Star Ray Fisher has gone public with allegations that director Joss Whedon treated the cast and crew in a “rude, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable” manner on reshoots. The actor also involved producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, claiming they were “activating” Whedon’s behavior. Warner Bros. ultimately launched an investigation into his allegations, but earlier this month Mr Fisher refused to meet with a third-party investigator, a claim the actor denied. Now Fisher co-star Jason Momoa has taken to social media to support Fisher and to call for a “proper investigation” into “the shitty way we were treated” on set.
“This shit needs to stop and needs to be watched on @rayfisher and everyone going through what happened under @wbpictures watch needs to be fully investigated,” Aquaman star wrote on Instagram on Monday. “I just think it’s fucked up that people posted a Fake Frosty ad without my permission to try and distract Ray Fisher by talking about the shitty way we were treated Justice League reshoots. Serious things have fallen.
Reports of Momoa voicing Frosty The Snowman in an upcoming film began circulating on July 1, the same day Fisher went public with his claims, with producers Johns and Berg attached to the project. Writes Momoa: “You have to investigate and people have to be held accountable. #IStandWithRayFisher. “
On Twitter, Ray Fisher tweeted a screenshot of his teammate’s post, accusing Warner Bros. for trying to distract fans from the investigation. “If you still think Jason playing Frosty was NEVER a real thing, please wake up!” He writes. “Hopefully now people see the depths that some are willing to go to hide the truth. Thinking that they believed my brother would sell JL’s cast / crew for a corncob pipe and button nose… ”
Earlier today, Fisher also accused investigators of the investigation of “avoiding contacting key witnesses” and “picking the interviewees who best suit @wbpictures’ fake accounts and scapegoat efforts. “. Berg has denied Fisher’s allegations against him; Johns and Whedon have yet to address them publicly.