Ray Fisher Disputes WarnerMedia Exec’s Comments Regarding ‘Justice League’ Investigation
Ray Fisher is disputing comments made by WarnerMedia Studios CEO Ann Sarnoff regarding the investigation into Fisher’s allegations of misconduct on the “Justice League” set.Fisher has alleged that Warner Bros.
executives attempted to impede the investigation of racially biased behavior regarding the film, which director Joss Whedon took over after original director Zack Snyder stepped away in 2017 due to a family tragedy.In an interview with Variety published on Monday morning, Sarnoff said that the investigation did not corroborate those claims, specifically that DC Films President Walter Hamada attempted to interfere in the investigation.“Our investigator, Judge Katherine Forrest, has issued statements specifically about [DC Films president] Walter Hamada, saying that there was no evidence of interference by Walter in the investigation,” Sarnoff said.
“She said that the cuts made in the Joss Whedon version of ‘Justice League’ were not racially motivated.
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