Update: Cyborg Actor Ray Fisher Says DC Films Has Removed Him From The Flash Cast

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Ray Fisher tweeted Wednesday that Warner Bros. has formally got rid of him from the forged of the approaching Flash film.

“I strongly disagree with their determination, however it’s one this is unsurprising,” Fisher stated, including that Cyborg’s position in The Flash was once intended to be greater than a trifling cameo.

Fisher additionally reiterated his allegations that DC Motion pictures president Walter Hamada safe former co-president Geoff Johns all over the studio’s investigation of place of job misconduct, and that Hamada allegedly unfold “lies and incorrect information” about Fisher.

“If the tip of my time as Cyborg is the associated fee for serving to to carry consciousness and duty to Walter Hamada’s movements — I will pay it gladly,” Fisher concluded.

Fisher’s complete commentary will also be learn underneath.



Warner Bros. has no longer spoke back to IGN’s request for remark as of time of publishing.

Replace 1: Selection reviews that DC Motion pictures president Walter Hamada has renewed his care for DC, and can proceed as president of the studio thru 2023. This comes every week after Cyborg actor Ray Fisher said that he would now not take part in any productions related to Hamada.

Hamada was once thrust into the general public highlight after Fisher accused Hamada of enabling a poisonous paintings setting from Joss Whedon, who took over director tasks on Justice League after Zack Snyder’s departure. Hamada was once no longer president of DC Motion pictures on the time of major pictures.

Fisher has no longer but made any touch upon DC Movie’s determination to resume Hamada.

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Justice League famous person Ray Fisher has stated that he’ll now not take part in any productions related to DC Motion pictures president Walter Hamada.

As reported by means of Selection, Fisher’s reaction comes after WarnerMedia’s investigation into allegations made by means of Fisher of a poisonous, opposed running setting underneath Joss Whedon, the director of the reshoots of 2017’s Justice League.

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“Walter Hamada is essentially the most bad roughly enabler,” Fisher tweeted. “His lies, and WB PR’s failed Sept. 4th hit-piece, sought to undermine the very actual problems with the ‘Justice League’ investigation. I will be able to no longer take part in any manufacturing related to him.”

Fisher additionally incorporated Hamada’s New York Occasions interview in his tweet the place he mentioned the way forward for DC movies and the way the approaching Snyder Reduce of the Justice League is “a storytelling cul-de-sac” without a hyperlink to DC’s upcoming tasks, and that Snyder is “no longer lately concerned within the studio’s long run.”

WarnerMedia not too long ago showed that the Justice League investigation was once concluded and that “remedial motion” have been taken over Ray Fisher’s claims. WarnerMedia’s third-party investigation started in August following Fisher’s allegations of Whedon’s poisonous set and the way former DC Motion pictures co-chairs Geoff Johns and Jon Berg enabled the habits.

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Fisher had additionally in the past said that Hamada pressed him to “relent on Geoff Johns.”

The “failed Sept. 4th hit-piece” Fisher was once regarding was once WarnerMedia’s reaction to the allegations, denial of Fisher’s claims about Hamada, and commentary that Fisher had refused to satisfy with their third-party investigator to talk about the case.

Ray Fisher shot further photos for The Snyder Reduce and stated that he had reshot virtually all of his scenes when Joss Whedon took over, announcing just a unmarried scene of his from Snyder’s authentic model made it into the theatrical liberate.

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