Warner Bros. Might Sue Justice League Star Ray Fisher for Talking About Joss Whedon

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There is little doubt that Ray Fisher has been the one actor who has been very outspoken about director Joss Whedon's "unprofessional" on-set behavior. However, the Justice League star has been rather silent about the issue for several weeks now. Interestingly, it might have a lot to do with Warner Bros. as the studio is reportedly planning to sue Fisher for speaking up.

Earlier this month, Fisher had tweeted that Whedon's "on-set treatment of the cast and crew of Justice League was gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable." He then added that the director "was enabled, in many ways, by Geoff Johns and Jon Berg." Berg, in turn, defended himself and Johns, going as far as claiming that Fisher had refused to say Cyborg's original catchphrases on the film. Since then, Fisher had tweeted twice more about the issue before ceasing to post anything on Twitter.


So what happened to Fisher? An insider may have revealed that the actor has been forced to stay silent about the matter to avoid facing legal action.

"Fisher can't talk more cuz he broke NDA and could get sued if he'll say anything else but still good for him to speaking up," the tweet reads.


It's interesting to note that Warner Bros. may be choosing to stand with Whedon on the issue. On the other hand, Fisher might simply be taking a break from social media and will be back soon with more updates on the issue.

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