Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot accused Joss Whedon of ‘threatening’ to make his career ‘miserable’ – fr

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot accused Joss Whedon of ‘threatening’ to make his career ‘miserable’ – fr

Gal Gadot has opened up about his negative experience working with Joss Whedon, saying he once threatened to make his career ‘miserable’.
The Wonder Woman star worked with Whedon when he stepped in to direct the 2017 DC film Justice League after Zack Snyder was forced to resign.

Gadot has already told Los Angeles Times that she had her own negative “experience” with Whedon, whose image has recently been shattered by several allegations of bad behavior.

The actor has now expanded on his commentary in an interview with Israeli channel N12. According to the translators, Gadot said: “I had my problems with Joss and I dealt with it. He kind of threatened my career and said if I did anything he would make my career miserable.

Gadot then declared: “I took care of it on the spot. “

Although the actor did not detail specific alleged incidents, a Hollywood journalist An April 2021 article claimed Whedon had turned villainous when Gadot questioned the new lines of dialogue the director had given to her superhero character.

A witness said that after an alleged clash, Whedon “bragged” that he was “right” with the star.

“He told her that he was the writer and that she was going to shut up and say the lines and he can make her incredibly stupid in this movie,” the witness said.

In 2020, Gadot’s Justice League Co-star Ray Fisher claimed the director behaved “rude, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable” on the set of the 2017 film.

Fisher’s claims led to a WarnerMedia investigation into Whedon’s behavior, which has seen many actors who have worked with the director in the past, including Gadot, interviewed by officials.

Whedon did not comment on Fisher’s original allegations.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in “Justice League”

(© 2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)

Earlier this year, Charisma Carpenter, who worked with Whedon on Buffy the vampire slayer and its fallout ange, wrote an open letter alleging the showrunner subjected her to years of emotional abuse.

Carpenter claimed to have “called her fat” when she was four months pregnant, accusing her of “sabotaging” the production of ange, and “unceremoniously fired [her] the following season ”after giving birth.

Whedon has not commented on Carpenter’s claims and has been contacted for comment on Gadot’s claims.


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