Aquaman Jason Momoa stands with Ray Fisher

Since June there's been speculation about what really happened during the filming of The Justice League. Apparently the problem was in the re-shooting not in the version of Zack Snyder. It is not entirely clear what happened and what is happening. Keep reading and let's try to put it together.

  • Justice League is a film based on DC Comics. The superhero team include Wonder Woman, Batman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash. 
  • The movie was premiered in October 2017 and had negative critics' and viewers' reviews.
  • With a production budget of $300 this was one of the most expensive films ever made.

As we anticipated before, the problems started when some extra scenes of the movie had to be shot.

The original director of the film was Zack Snyder, who had to retire due to personal problems.

Joss Whedon was hired to take his place. Apparently Ray Fisher AKA Cyborg's accusations are against  him and part of the Warner Pictures production.

Fisher's accusations are nonspecific, but it seems like there was mistreatment and lack of professionalism.

Recently his cast partner Jason Momoa, who plays Aquaman, came out to defend the actor by confirming these accusations.

Jason referenced the issue on his Instagram account under the hashtag #standwithrayfisher.

We'll still have to wait for more in-depth details of the matter. An investigation is being carried out.

In the meantime, we anticipate that this fall Snyder's cut will premiere on HBO Max as a four-part miniseries.

In yaay we believe that it's very positive that the actors come together and defend each other with the purpose of creating a better work environment.

After all this has repercussions on the final product and with good vibes everyone wins!


Kelsey Miller

Certified English teacher by the University of Cambridge. Wine enjoyer, writing lover and cute Hollywood actors expert.+ info

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