Ray Fisher claimed that the author was unprofessional on the set of Joss Whedon Justice League. He is speaking further about his experience working with the author on how to handle his character, Cyborg. Fisher claims that Whaden was not happy with the note and made a comment to Robert Downey Jr.
Joss Whedon and Robert Downey Jr. have different ways
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Writer joins Marvel Cinematic Universe by writing Avengers. He Then later returned Avengers: Age of Ultron Writing and directing it.
It was not a secret that he and Downey Jr. work differently. Whaden told Yahoo! They have “very different ways”.
“So Robert and I would spend – we worked exclusively for both of our processes so that we would beat a scene so that it would be very relaxed where it was going or what was being said and where it would fit, in terms of it. There is a lot of information about “the whole,” Whedon said. “And I’ll give him stuff to say, and by and large, he’ll say that.”
The director claimed that at times he would have given the actor four or five options if Downey Jr. wanted to try something different in the scene. “He Love the notes, ”said Whedon. “He Loves to direct and work. He Not trying to steamer over me. He Actually trying to make it side by side with me. “
Joss Whedon reportedly said ‘not even Robert Downey Jr. could do it’
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Whaden changed its script Justice League After director Zack Snyder left because of a family tragedy. Fisher claimed that Whedon was inappropriate on the set in a tweet.
“Joss Whedon’s on-set treatment of the Justice League’s cast and crew was gross, outrageous, unprofitable and completely unacceptable. He Geoff was enabled in many ways by Johns and John Berg. Accountability> entertainment, ”he tweeted on July 1, 2020.
The actor spoke more about his experience working with Whedon. He Claimed that the director said in a meeting that “everything was changing,” according to Hollywood reporter. Fisher received a new script that mostly removed the Cyborg story. Whaden then sent an email asking the question, comment or “full appreciation”.
Fisher said he has notes on issues with his character’s representation. He Claimed the director told him, “It looks like I’m taking notes right now, and I don’t like taking notes from anyone – not even Robert Downey Jr.” The Hollywood Reporter claimed that sources said when Waddon Gadot (Wonder Woman) and Jason Momoa (Aquaman) were also sacked when he questioned her writing. Whedon declined to comment on the report.
The actor claimed Geoff Johns, who was co-chairman and producer of DC Films Justice League, Cyborg wanted to be less of a Frankenstein character and more erotic like Quasimodo. Fisher did not believe it was appropriate for a character who was physically changed through trauma. In the end, Cyborg had a small part due to Whaden’s rewrite.
The film’s Snyder cut has since been released showing the Sieborg backstory that was previously missing from the film. WarnerMedia claimed that “corrective action” was taken after the company launched an investigation in response to Fisher’s claims.