In the meeting, Whedon also set forth the case that Snyder impacted Fisher and established the possibility that Whedon was, in addition to other things, racist in his actions while making Justice League. Needless to say, that thought hasn’t been invited by fans. Fisher has been immovable in his obligation to seeing responsibility over what occurred during the Justice League reshoots, and the circumstance of Whedon’s perspective – about 18 months after Fisher’s first statements – feels short of what was needed.
As of the hour of this composition, Fisher hasn’t remarked on these new developments. According to an outsider’s perspective, it’s hard to say precisely what occurred on the set of Justice League’s reshoots. Those posting their support of Fisher weren’t there. Be that as it may, Fisher’s support from others who were on set, as well as those who approached with stories of Whedon’s helpless conduct on previous projects like Buffy, have given the entertainer’s words more weight than Whedon’s. The present moment, Whedon’s meeting hasn’t done a lot to fix his notoriety, with fans staying pretty solidly on Fisher’s side.
Those on social media have rushed to share their thoughts on Whedon’s meeting, and seeing as it was #IStandWithRayFisher that was moving as of Monday morning, it’s reasonable most stay against Whedon. Fans came to Fisher’s defense, with many calling his bend in Justice League probably the best piece of the film. Others thought it was in helpless taste of Whedon to call Fisher an agitator; the circumstance of the meeting’s release exacerbated it, as Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States. You can see a sampling of fans’ tweets underneath.
Following a bombshell meet wherein Joss Whedon reprimanded the cast and group of Justice League, DC fans are standing by Ray Fisher. In the DC world, Fisher is best known for playing Victor Stone, otherwise known as Cyborg, in Justice League and Zack Snyder’s chief’s cut. He’s also known for being the whistleblower behind the Justice League reshoots, which saw Whedon take over from Snyder after the last option left because of a family misfortune. Starting in 2020, Fisher freely accused Whedon and several of DC’s most noticeable executives of abusive and racist conduct, and of concealing what occurred on set. Several of Fisher’s co-stars have supported his allegations, including Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot.