The investigation concerning claims of wrongdoing on the Justice League set, first raised by Cyborg entertainer Ray Fisher, is finished. Fisher previously stood up in July about issues he encountered on set. Fisher said chief Joss Whedon’s conduct was “gross, oppressive, amateurish, and totally unsatisfactory,” and added that Whedon was empowered by previous DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns and maker Jon Berg.
In the months that followed, Warner Bros. dispatched an official examination concerning the issue as Fisher and the studio quarreled freely over his cases. The issue originates from the Justice League reshoots that were regulated by Whedon after the first chief, Zack Snyder, ventured down from the task. The reshoots were at that point disputable, the same number of fans accept they changed the general tone, course, and message of the film excessively.
The end-product was a cobbled-together film with which nobody was especially glad. So when reports arose about the disorderly in the background climate after Whedon took control, it just further stirred fans’ anger. Presently, Fisher has declared that Warner Bros. finished its examination and it prompted medicinal activity, adding, “Some we’ve seen, some…is still to come.”
He didn’t share a particulars about the consequences of the examination or the healing move that was made, yet he shared a proclamation from Warner Bros. that peruses: “WarnerMedia acknowledges you having the mental fortitude to approach and help the organization with establishing a comprehensive and impartial workplace for it’s [sic] representatives and accomplices.”