Oh boy. Just when you thought this whole Ray Fisher vs WB could not get any uglier…it just got uglier!
We just got this breaking news from Comicbook.com:
After Warner Brothers’ Friday night statement in which the studio said Ray Fisher wasn’t cooperating with the investigation he helped to launch, the Justice League star continues to fight back in a very public manner. Hours after the statement was released, Fisher tweeted out an e-mail he exchanged with studio officials back in August which, as the actor says, provides more than enough evidence he’s helping move the investigation along. Sunday afternoon, Fisher shared a video on his Instagram account where he further explains his correspondence with DC Films head Walter Hamada.
“I wanted to say thank you to each and every one of you out there for showing me nothing but love and nothing but support over the last couple of days,” Fisher said on an Instagram Live stream of which he subsequently uploaded. That’s when the actor jumps right into business, warning the studio it doesn’t know how many “receipts” he has for the alleged actions of Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns, and Jon Berg during the production of Justice League.
“He [Walter Hamada] and I talked in great detail about Joss Whedon. We talked in great detail about Geoff Johns. We talked in great detail about Jon Berg and his excuse for Geoff Johns was ‘Well Ray, I worked with Geoff on Shazam!, I don’t really think he would do that sort of stuff,'” Fisher added to the 15-minute video.