Justice League: Ray Fisher Claims ‘Gaslighting Occurred’ Amid Reshoots – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

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  • IGN published this video item, entitled “Justice League: Ray Fisher Claims ‘Gaslighting Occurred’ Amid Reshoots – IGN The Fix: Entertainment” – below is their description.

    In today’s IGN The Fix: Entertainment, Ray Fisher has revealed even more troubling information from his experience on the Joss Whedon Justice League reshoots. Ray Fisher told the Empire Magazine that he was encouraged to provide his perspective on Cyborg’s direction, but felt as though his opinions weren’t well-received, stating, “unfortunately, gaslighting occurred by asking for input but, ultimately, biting people’s heads off when you gave it.” The Joss Whedon allegations continue to increase, as these Ray Fisher gaslighting claims emerge. With all that has recently come to light about Ray Fisher’s experiences on Joss Whedon Justice League, it’s no surprise the Ray Fisher Cyborg actor is happier with the character’s portrayal in the Zack Snyder Justice League movie. After the success of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign, Ray Fisher told Empire that he watched the Zack Snyder Justice League film seven times! It’s a safe assumption to say Ray Fisher enjoyed the Justice League Snyder Cut.

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