Ever Since Synder Cut announced Ray Fisher is Slaming Joss Whedon ,whenever he got time.The journey leading from Theatrical Version of Justice Leauge to upcoming Snydercut version has its fair share of ups and downs.
Started as Fan Campaign,the snyder cut movement received support from Cast and Crew.Ray Fisher was supporting the movement of #Releasethesnydercut.He not only showing his support to the snydercut he also crtizing the theatrical version and his director Joss whedon.
Fisher already stated that Whedon’s behaviour on set is “abusive” and retracted his praise for the filmaker.He though he continues to slam him.There no comeback from Whedon.
Ray Fisher made an appearance at Justicecon and admitted that he “put put some pretty strong words” and also claiming that everyword he said is true.
“There’s no comparison that I want to make about the two. I don’t want to compare them in any way, shape, or form. But I will say toward the Joss Whedon situation is obviously I put out some pretty strong words, some pretty strong comments about Joss Whedon and every single one of those words, every single one of those comments is true.“
He also revealed that there is “already a process being undergone” and his past experiance about similar movement in the past.
“There’s a process that is being undergone, as we speak, to get to the heart of everything that I’m talking about. And what it is, is there is a certain amount of…I mean, I’m a black man in Hollywood right, and arguably the most discriminatory businesses period. I don’t have thin skin by any stretch. I’ve been in this business for 14 years. I dedicated every moment of my life for the pursuit of this. What people may not know is that, I was actually let go 10 years ago from a job for spearheading an effort to unionize employees from a job that I was working at. So I don’t play around with this kind of stuff. I didn’t mindtaking an L at that point. I don’t mind taking an L now if I have to if it gets justice for the situation as it stood.”
Fisher also spoke some strong words regarding Whedon “going to the heart of everything that went down:”
“What I will say to that is the man is probably scared and he should be because we are going to the heart of everything that went down. And for me, for my part, do what you want to me, fine I’m cool with that. I get it. People will have differences, opinions, and things like that. But there is a certain amount of abuse, there is a certain amount of behavior that one is willing to tolerate and once it gets beyond that point, you got to go ahead and deal with it. When you take those grievances to people that are in charge and they do nothing about it, they don’t deal with the issues, eventually, you’re going to have to say something.”