Subsequent reports that a Black Superman film could be imminent, Ray Fisher, who starred as Cyborg in 2017’s Justice League and accused director Joss Whedon of misconduct, is continuing to criticize Warner Bros. Saturday, Fisher reminded his followers of the accusations he leveled against the makers of the prospective film.
“Do ya’ll don’t forget that time Walter Hamada and @wbpictures attempted to demolish a Black man’s reliability, and publicly delegitimize a incredibly serious investigation, with lies in the push? But hey, Black Superman… A>E,” Fisher wrote in a tweet, Saturday.
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He additional in a separate tweet: “As I have mentioned from the begin: Walter Hamada Tried to interfere with the JL investigation. He was unsuccessful in undertaking so since I did not allow him to. Owning the investigator make a assertion saying there was no interference is purposely deceptive and determined. A>E.”
Fisher has beforehand referred to Hamada, an executive at Warner Bros., as “the most hazardous sort of enabler.”
Justice League costar Gal Gadot has also admitted that her experience with Whedon, “wasn’t the finest,” telling The LA Occasions in 2020, “I experienced my very own practical experience with [him], which wasn’t the very best 1, but I took treatment of it there and when it took place.”
The new Superman reboot is expected to be created by Ta-Nehisi Coates.