An investigation into on set behaviour throughout reshoots for Justice League has been concluded by studio WarnerMedia.
Earlier this 12 months, Cyborg actor Ray Fisher spoke about alleged misconduct on the set of the DC film after Joss Whedon took over as director in 2017.
Fisher accused Whedon of “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable” behaviour and likewise claimed that producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg “enabled” his alleged behaviour.
WarnerMedia has now confirmed that their investigation has now concluded, saying in a press release (by way of The Hollywood Reporter): “WarnerMedia’s investigation into the Justice League film has concluded and remedial motion has been taken.”
Ray Fisher. Credit score: Frazer Harrison/Getty Photos
Responding to the conclusion, Fisher has since tweeted that he obtained the next assertion: “WarnerMedia appreciates you having the braveness to come back ahead and help the corporate with creating an inclusive and equitable work surroundings for it’s staff and companions.”
He himself added: “There are nonetheless conversations that must be had and resolutions that must be discovered. Thanks all on your assist and encouragement on this journey. We’re on our approach. Extra quickly.”
There are nonetheless conversations that must be had and resolutions that must be discovered.
Thanks all on your assist and encouragement on this journey.
We’re on our approach.
— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) December 12, 2020
In September, Fisher additionally responded to claims from Warner Bros that he had not been cooperating with their investigation, saying on the time that the studio’s actions had “escalated this to a completely totally different stage,” however that he was “prepared to fulfill the problem.”
Zack Snyder, who initially backed out directing the film attributable to household causes and was changed by Whedon, is about to launch his version of Justice League in 2021, which will probably be broadcast in 4 one-hour segments on streaming service HBO Max.
In the meantime, Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins has criticised Whedon’s version of Justice League, saying she “tossed that [film] out”.