Warner Bros. can't believe Jason Momoa endorses Ray Fisher

The Ray Fisher and Warner Bros scandal still continues. Now the company can't believe that Jason Momoa, who was also part of the Justice League, has come out in defense of his partner.

Although Joss Whedon's version of Justice League was not a fan favorite, no one imagined the internal problems that occurred during the reshoots. Thanks to Ray Fisher's confession, we all got to know the confrontations and mistreatment that took place between the director and the cast of the film. And as if this were not enough, even Jason Momoa himself came out to support the statements of his co-worker.

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At the time, Jason Momoa supported his partner with the hashtag #IStandWithRayFisher, but used his Instagram account to make a longer download: “This shit has to stop and needs to be redirected to Ray Fisher and everyone who experienced what happened. under the gaze of Warner Bros. Needs a proper investigation. I think it's fucked up that people posted a fake Frosty ad without my permission to try to distract from Ray Fisher talking about the shitty way we were treated at Justice League reshoots. Serious things happened. It must be investigated and people must be held accountable. #YoEstoyConRayFisher. Aloha J ".

A problem for Warner Bros

It was clear that Ray Fisher's statements against Joss Whedon were not going to sit well with Warner Bros. But Jason Momoa's help towards his partner was a cold water bucket for the company. According to a recent article by The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros obtained information from a witness who corroborated that the reshoots were quite tense and that Joss Whedon was very upset with the actors, but said he never saw any kind of abuse. The outlet also says that the company was surprised to learn that Jason Momoa supported Ray Fisher, because currently the relationships between the studio and the actor are quite good, and they even have plans to make Aquaman 2 in 2021.

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