Ray Fisher Couldn't be Happier About Walter Hamada's DC Films Removal

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It's no secret to a lot of fans that Ray Fisher doesn't see eye-to-eye with a number of Warner Bros. and DC executives, most notably Geoff Johns and Walter Hamada who is now stepping down from his four-year role as DC Films President. The Cyborg actor has constantly accused Hamada of "undermining" the Justice League investigation which looks into Joss Whedon's alleged misconduct and unprofessionalism.

Cyborg
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Fisher fought really hard for the investigation to expose Whedon but for the longest time, Warner Bros. seemingly turned a blind eye to the whole controversy, at least the old regime. Now that Hamada is no longer in control of the DC Extended Universe, the 35-year-old actor feels a sense of vindication.

Taking to Twitter, Fisher celebrated Hamada's departure not only from DC Films but from the newly-formed Warner Bros. Discovery. He wrote: "Walter Hamada tried to protect his toxic and discriminatory colleagues. He failed. He tried to bury me (and the Justice League investigation) with lies in the trades. He failed. He is a product of old Hollywood cronyism. May we never experience his like again. Onward! A>E" Check it out below:


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It may have been a long road for Fisher to get "justice" but we can already safely say that he has the last laugh. Now, we don't know for sure what he thinks of WB Discovery CEO David Zaslav but with the company's top executive reportedly one of the key people behind Henry Cavill's DCEU return, things are beginning to look promising for Ray who was originally set to headline his own Cyborg film.

Meanwhile, DC's Black Adam is now screening in cinemas.