Justice League Star Ray Fisher Claims Geoff Johns Made a 'Thinly Veiled Threat' to His Career

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Ray Fisher has been very vocal about the mistreatment he and his castmates received during the Justice League reshoots when Joss Whedon was called in to replace Zack Snyder. The actor said that Joss didn't treat him, his castmates, or the crew well and was supposedly enabled by higher-ups like Geoff Johns. Now, Johns is the target of Fisher's attacks as the actor claims that he made a threat to his career.

Fisher claims that Johns called him to his office after the actor and his agent made grievances about Whedon's behavior. Apparently, Johns belittled their attempts before making a "thinly veiled threat" to Fisher's career, which is a pretty wild accusation. The Cyborg actor has yet to back down when it comes to Whedon and Johns being cruel to him so it's good to see him stay vigilant.

As of this writing, Johns and Whedon have yet to respond to the accusations of Ray Fisher. If they're hoping that people will just forget about them, they've got another thing coming since we're in the era of online media and people won't be forgetting these accusations anytime soon. Their silence speaks volumes right now and we hope that Fisher gets justice, along with his cast and crewmates.

Zack Snyder's Justice League will be coming out sometime next year, with zero Joss Whedon clips being used. Apparently, if we see any Whedon clips in the Snyder Cut it's because Snyder shot it first.

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