Zack Snyder admitted he has never seen Joss Whedon’s version of “Justice League,” and most likely never will. He’ll also be skipping the paycheck in order to have complete creative control in order to make the film he originally sought out to do in 2017.
“Buffy” and “Angel” actor Charisma Carpenter calls out Joss Whedon, claiming he “abused his power on numerous occasion.” Carpenters remarks received an outpour of support, most notably from “Buffy”cast mates and actor Ray Fisher, who has recently voiced his own issues with Joss Whedons behavior on the set of 2017’s Justice League.
Ray Fisher has been the most vocal Justice League cast members against what occurred during Joss Whedon’s reshoots, now the actor pulls the curtain back even more on the result of those infamous reshoots.
In the latest chapter of the Ray Fisher v. Warner Bros. saga, the DCEU actor has taken to Twitter to accuse Warner Bros. of spreading misinformation regarding his role in the upcoming film “The Flash”.
On Instagram, “The Suicide Squad” director James Gunn said that Kevin Feige visited the film’s set and that there is no feud between DC and Marvel.
From screenwriting drama to studio withdrawals, Singer’s superhero flick was plagued by a myriad of development issues, some of which have now only recently come to light.
Joss Whedon’s panel “A Zoom With Joss Whedon” has been pulled from Comic-Con @ Home.
Ray Fisher criticizes Joss Whedon for his actions on set of the reshoots for 2017’s “Justice League.”
TCN brings together 10 huge differences between the Snyder Cut and the Justice League that hit theaters in Nov 2017.
The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement is growing in Hollywood.