Ray Fisher suggested that Warner used Ben Affleck as a publicity stunt

Ray Fisher took the Joss Whedon and Justice League investigation seriously, but apparently Warner Bros. might be trying to distract from Ben Affleck.

The Ray Fisher scandal against Joss Whedon does not end. After having revealed the bad treatment and discrimination he received from the director, the actor also wanted to demonstrate the plays that Warner Bros is making so that the subject does not air. For this reason, Fisher declared on his twitter that the return of Ben Affleck as Batman is a publicity stunt.

In this fight against Warner Bros and Joss Whedon, the actor has the backing of his partner Jason Momoa. Through his Instagram, the famous Aquaman denounced that WB released a false news that he would put his voice to the live-action version of Frosty, the snowman, to try to make people ignore what Ray Fisher was saying. Jason Momoa also claimed that he and the others were treated horribly by Whedon and his accomplices.

Is Ben Affleck a publicity stunt?

A few days ago, Ray Fisher hinted that the news of Ben Afflack returning as Batman for the Flash movie is a Warner Bros. trick to divert attention. According to him, the news was going to be revealed on the DC FanDome, but they anticipated it when he posted on Twitter that an investigation was already underway into what happened on the set of Justice League.

On his Twitter post we can see screenshots of Vanity Fair and his thread, posted on the same day, less than an hour and a half apart: “Unfortunately, Jason's fake news as Frosty wasn't the only public relations tactic. used to distract from the seriousness of the Justice League situation. Ben's return as Batman was clearly destined to be revealed in DC Fandome. I'll give you a hint why Warner Bros. probably got ahead of it. "

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