Gal Gadot spoke to The Los Angeles Times to promote Wonder Woman 1984 and during her talk with them she mentioned the whole Joss Whedon investigation being done by Warner Bros. As a member of the Justice League, she too was asked about Joss’ alleged asshole behavior on-set. And guess what? She admitted she had some issues with him too. Welp, no need to Lasso of Truth anyone here, seems everyone is freely down to say Joss Whedon is kind of an asshole.
Joss Whedon Steps Away From HBO’s “The Nevers” Claiming “Exhaustion” But Ray Fisher Says It’s A Result Of The Warner Bros. Investigation
Joss Whedon was working on his newest show, The Nevers, for HBO, but he recently quit because he says he’s tired and needs a break. But Ray Fisher shit on that reason and believes Joss didn’t leave the show on his own. A few months ago, Ray, who played Cyborg in Justice League, accused Joss of being an abusive bastard after he took over directing duties from Zack Snyder on the JL movie. Since then, an investigation was opened up and WarnerMedia, which is HBO’s parent company, has been looking into the accusations against Joss. Ray seems to think that somebody’s tired alright and it’s WarnerMedia because they’re tired of Joss’s shit!
The original Justice League movie ended up being a huge stinker. A contributing factor was original director, Zack Snyder, being forced to step away from the film after a tragic death in his family. Joss Whedon took over and what ended up being released was pretty universally hated. Fans called for the “Snyder Cut” and so DC announced that Zack Snyder’s version will see the light of day, as many of us are STILL waiting for the butthole version of Cats to be released.
While there’s already a lot of footage from Zack’s version, he’s going to do reshoots. Oh good, more content! I was worried that I would be able to watch this movie without having to painfully hold my bladder for hours.
Ray Fisher Denies Warner Bros. Claim That He Is Not Cooperating With Investigation Into Joss Whedon’s Alleged Abusive Behavior
The ongoing case of Joss Whedon possibly being a flaming dick wart (there’s seems to be a lot of ammo from various people) continues after Justice League actor Ray Fisher, who played the role of Cyborg, complained about the abusive atmosphere on the set of the Warner Bros. production, calling it “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable.” Well, not only has Warner Bros. responded to Ray’s original claims, Ray is now hitting back at THEIR claim that he is not cooperating with the investigation and added that some shady shit is going down. A billion-dollar company possibly pulling some shady shit?! Urgent cares are going to fill up with people complaining of suffering from first-degree shock over this news.
Ray Fisher Called Out Joss Whedon On Twitter For Being Gross And Unprofessional On The Set Of “Justice League”
Joss Whedon’s affable feminist nerd persona went up in smoke the minute his ex-wife Kai Cole very publicly read him for filth, accusing him of emotional abuse, serial cheating, and of being a wolf in feminist clothing. Previously, his good-guy feminist credentials were called into question after Twitter called him to task for his treatment of Black Widow in Avengers: Age of Ultron, which he wrote and directed. Now, Ray Fisher who played Cyborg in Justice League has taken a page from Kai’s playbook and put Joss on blast claiming his treatment of the cast and crew on that film was “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable.” Sadly, unlike Kai, Ray has yet to offer up any of the juicy details that make this kind of thing fun. He’s got us all sitting here with *eyeball emojis* waiting to hear what’s good!
I’ll give em’ one thing, that’s a rad poster. San Diego Comic-Con happened. It should actually be called “San Diego Blockbuster Movie Tentpole Franchise Preview-Con” because it looks like actual comic books gave movie studios a whole bunch of material to work with and then left the building awhile ago. Do they even HAVE actual comics at SDCC? DC announced a whole mess of superhero movies coming down the pike (via Digital Spy). We’re talking YEARS of super-hero movies. And yet, still no Wonder Twins flick. For shame! Here’s the round-up. (For those of you who don’t care, I’m sure we’ll eventually have a non-geek post soon.) Continue reading