Jason Momoa publicly supported his colleague Ray Fisher, who on several occasions spoke of the mistreatment he received in the filming of “The Justice League.” Through a message on social media, Momoa stated that he committed serious abuses on the set of filming when Zack Snyder was pulled from the project and Joss Whedon’s entry, and he has a clear culprit: Warner Bros.
The interpreter who gives life to “Aquaman” in the films of the DC cinematic universe on the big screen came out in defense of the actor, who played “Cyborg” in the 2017 film, confirming that the filming of “Justice League” it was really abusive and unprofessional. And directly accused the director Joss Whedon and executive producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
In fact, Momoa was the first and only member of the stellar cast who dared to support his partner publicly, and he did so with a hashtag #IStandWithRayFisher, stressing that the version given by his colleague was more than true.
The actor also commented on his first-person experience on the matter. “Stop this shit and it should focus on helping Ray Fisher and everyone who experienced abuse on the set under the umbrella of Warner Bros.”He wrote in the text he shared on his Instagram account.
“A correct investigation of everything is needed”, He remarked.
Momoa has taken the opportunity to deny the rumors that he will be the voice of the snowman Frosty in a new movie for Warner Bros. The project is real, the signing is not, but the announcement was launched just an hour after Fisher published the first accusations against Whedon on July 1, so it seems to the actor that it was a smokescreen to change the conversation, an evasion maneuver, and that the words of his partner went unnoticed.
Serious things happened. It must be investigated and the people involved held accountable
For the actor, that version that he wanted to install in the media was an attempt to discredit the accusations and allegations of Fisher.
“I think it’s a really fucked up business that people posted a fake Frosty ad without my permission to try to distract from Ray Fisher by talking about the miserable way we were treated on recordings from the ‘Justice League’. Serious things happened. It must be investigated and the people involved must be held accountable “, remarked in his publication along with a photo with Fisher.
The Warner Bros. “Justice League” investigation began in late August, and a couple of weeks later, the company claimed that Fisher did not meet with the outside investigator who was hired to handle the case.
However, the actor responded and denied what was said by Warner Bros., providing a screenshot of an email he sent to his team and SAG-AFTRA in which he claimed that he had met with the investigator through Zoom .
On Monday from his Twitter account, Fisher claimed that Warner Bros. investigators “have conveniently avoided contacting key witnesses who gave damning statements” against the study. “They have also initiated interviews with (and have since hidden) witnesses who have Involved former and current high-level executives ”.
Fisher added that an “individual involved” in the investigation called him to apologize.