WarnerMedia Will Investigate ‘Justice League’ Abuse Allegations

Ray Fisher as Cyborg in the theatrical release of Justice League

WarnerMedia has begun an investigation into actor Ray Fisher's claims about abusive and unprofessional misbehaviour by Joss Whedon.

Fisher said the inquiry would "get to the heart of the toxic and abusive work environment created during Justice League reshoots" after Whedon took over from previous director Zack Snyder and made substantial changes to the film. He wrote, "This is a MASSIVE step forward!"

WarnerMedia is investigating allegations made by Cyborg actor Ray Fisher of what occurred on the set of Justice League at the hands of Joss Whedon and Geoff Johns. There have been no findings yet and no timeline for the investigation, Variety confirmed.

He charged the Buffy creator with "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behavior exhibited on the set of Justice League when he took over for reshoots. By no means was the investigation recently launched, I understand, despite Fisher's recent tweets today which we expound on below. "I believe this investigation will show that Geoff Johns, Joss Whedon, Jon Berg (and others) grossly abused their power during the uncertainty of AT&T's merger with Time Warner".

As is well known, Snyder (the original director of the film) is now working on his famous Snyder Cut, that version that will make us see the Justice League that he had originally conceived before leaving it due to serious family problems.

The news of the investigation comes nearly a month after the 32-year-old actor alleged that Whedon was highly "unprofessional" on the set and called his behavior completely "unacceptable".

In a tweet posted last week, Fisher detailed Johns' action that he categorized as enabling Whedon.

In Justice League, fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. "Thank you @WarnerMedia and @ATT for making strides to ensure a safer workplace for all!" "He was enabled, in many ways, by Geoff Johns and Jon Berg".

After years of campaigning, Zack Snyder's fans were successful in convincing the studio to release a Snyder Cut of Justice League, which will cost 30 million dollars at least and will release next year on HBO Max.