There is little doubt that most of the cast and crew of Justice League are taking Ray Fisher's side when it comes to the actor's allegations about director Joss Whedon's unprofessionalism on the set during the film's reshoots. However, it looks like Ciaran Hinds has a different perspective when it comes to the controversy. The Steppenwolf actor has just shared his thoughts on what went down while the DC Extended Universe flick was being filmed.
Hinds recently spoke to NME to promote his new project The Man in the Hat but also commented on the time he spent working on Justice League. Interestingly, the former Game of Thrones star stated that he didn't get to work with the rest of the cast since he was only asked to provide the voice of Steppenwolf.
"All the work I did was almost completely solitary. The pick-ups I did were just in a studio in London," Hinds said. "I was a gun for hire who came in to clean up one or two bits they wanted to do, but I really wasn't there long enough to form any particular opinion apart from trying to help fulfil my contract."
Although he is unable to comment on how Whedon acted on the set, Hinds did express his excitement for Zack Snyder's version of the Justice League that will be released on HBO Max.
"It was his dream to realize it, and I think it's fantastic that he's got this opportunity to realize what he wanted to do in the first space," Hinds said of Snyder. "He has the chance to recreate what he wanted to do and I hope it stands up to the trial it's been given."
Zack Snyder's Justice League will premiere on HBO Max in 2021.