‘I never declined to comment’: Cyborg Actor Ray Fisher Blasts Rolling Stone Report on Zack Snyder, Says It Evades Real Facts

Ray Fisher, the star of the polarizing 2017 DC Justice League and the subsequent Snyder Cut, is back once again to blast a recent article published by Rolling Stones. As has been reinstated time and again, Justice League has been notoriously tainted with arrays of controversies — mostly related to the abuse allegations against screenwriter Joss Whedon. Zack Snyder’s Justice League report made by Rolling Stone has several significant mistakes and errors which require immediate amendment, according to the Cyborg actor. 

Ray Fisher
Ray Fisher slams Rolling Stone report

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What Ray Fisher Had To Say About The Rolling Stone Report

The Justice League actor had a lot to say about the Rolling Stone report published by Senior Writer Tatiana Siegel. Taking to Twitter, Ray Fisher commented on how the Rolling Stone article is a form of “rumor-mill reporting” and is essentially “offensive, dangerous, and willfully evasive of fact.

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To bring matters to perspective, the Rolling Stone article mentioned Fisher’s accusations against Joss Whedon, then the director of Justice League. Furthermore, the article stated that Fisher and Snyder were working in unison, according to virtually all of the insiders they spoke to in an attempt to undermine Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.

Fisher, in response to this, called back to his older tweets by mentioning “A > E” in his article, which signifies “Accountability > Entertainment.”

What Ray Fisher Had To Say In The Past

Ray Fisher has been quite outspoken in his criticism of Whedon and the senior officials at Warner Bros for a long time now. In regards to Joss Whedon, he had said the following in the past:

“Joss Whedon’s on-set treatment of the cast and crew of Justice League was gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable.”

Fisher had said that he believed two corporate officials, Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, who had since left their co-president positions, had encouraged that behavior.

Joss Whedon
Joss Whedon was accused of abusive behavior by Ray Fisher

In the past, the former DCEU actor had also spoken about WB President of DC films Walter Hamada and expressed his refusal to participate in any production that involved him. In some of his older tweets, he had the following to say:

“Walter Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler. He lies.

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Ray Fisher’s Strained Feud With Warner Brothers

Fisher’s relationship with Warner Brothers was especially strained after this, as the company publicly retorted that the actor was allegedly not cooperating with the authorities when it came to the investigation of the actor’s claims of abuse and malpractice. The actor has also blasted Warner Bros. for failing to take any corrective action when he and other people of color began appearing in the franchise.

ray fisher as cyborg
Ray Fisher as Cyborg

Considering that Ray Fisher has since resurfaced with his tweet slamming Rolling Stone, it appears that the internet uproar is still going strong. It is yet to be seen how Rolling Stone officially handles this controversy, whether by settling it privately with the actor or ignoring it completely.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is accessible on all significant digital platforms and available for streaming on HBO Max.

Source: Twitter and Rolling Stone

Written by Debdipta Bhattacharya

Always having had a deep fascination for content creation and pop culture, Debdipta joined as a writer at FandomWire in 2022. Debdipta enjoys the intricacies of cinema and film-making. Besides her knack for writing, she's also an avid reader, a connoisseur of music across all genres, and a die-hard fan of Charlie Kaufman.