It seems like the feud between Ray Fisher aka Cyborg and Warner Bros. is just intensifying with each passing day. After the studio in a statement said that the Cyborg fame wasn’t cooperating in the investigation launched by them, Fisher has hit back. The actor has shared new video and evidence that he did co-operate, dissing the studio’s claim. Below is all you need to know.
For the unversed, just after Warner Bros‘ statement went live, Ray shared an email between him and the studios dated someday in August. Later he also shared a video on Instagram where he gives further evidence of his interaction with DC films head Walter Hamada.
In the uploaded live stream, Ray Fisher warned the studios and said that they do not even have an idea of how many receipts he has of the alleged behaviour of Justice League director Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns, and Jon Berg.
“He [Walter Hamada] and I talked in great detail about Joss Whedon. We talked in great detail about Geoff Johns. We talked in great detail about Jon Ber, and his excuse for Geoff Johns was ‘Well Ray, I worked with Geoff on Shazam!, I don’t really think he would do that sort of stuff,’” Ray Fisher said.
In the video further, the Justice League actor said that Geoff Johns used ‘Black Channel Communications’ to threaten his character, Cyborg. Below is the video.
Meanwhile, Ray Fisher has been very vocal about the alleged toxic behaviour of Joss Whedon on the sets of Justice League. The actor has even shown his support to the Zack Snyder cut of the movie.