Gal Gadot’s career was reportedly threatened by Joss Whedon during the Justice League re-admissions

It turns out that Ray Fisher wasn’t the only one during the Justice League Additional payments. A new, in-depth report finally detailed some of the cyborg actor’s accounts of racism and inappropriate behavior that he has experienced. This all supposedly took place after Joss Whedon took over the direction / writer of the DC Comics adaptation. It has now been revealed that Gadot, the actor behind Wonder Woman, also had some major problems with the filmmaker.

Ray Fisher began to claim that Joss Whedon, as well as various Warner Bros. executives such as Geoff Johns and John Berg, acted inappropriately during the Justice League re-admissions. Even after the studio launched an internal investigation, much has remained a mystery. No longer. Fisher has finally pulled the curtain back and detailed complaints that Cyborg’s character arc was reduced in the Justice League theatrical version after Zack Snyder’s departure, among other things.

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But Gal Gadot It is also said that there were issues with Joss Whedon, who was known for his work on The Avengers franchise with Marvel. According to the report, Gadot “struggled with her character being more aggressive than her character in Wonder Woman. She wanted the character to flow from one movie to the next,” according to an unnamed source with knowledge of the situation. Things were moving forward, and it is said that Whedon “pushed Gadot to include lines she disliked, threatened Gadot’s career, and demeaned Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.” A witness who assisted in the investigation but was not named added the following.

“Joss bragged about making it with Gal. He told her he was the writer and she’s going to shut up and say the lines and he can make her look incredibly stupid in this movie.”

According to the report, Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins, who recently reunited for Wonder Woman in 1984, went into “battle”. They took it to the top of the food chain and eventually met with former Warners chairman Kevin Tsujihara. Gadot did not go into details on the matter, but said the following in a statement.

“I had my problems with [Joss Whedon] and Warner Bros. got it done on time. ”

It is said that other actors like Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Jeremy Irons (Alfred) had problems Joss Whedon also during the new recordings. Whedon had also worked on a Batgirl film for Warner Bros. at one point. His version of the project fell apart just months after his version of Justice League hit theaters.

In the meantime, Ray Fischer’s cyborg was finally in the spotlight Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguethat arrived on HBO Max last month. However, Fisher will not return as a cyborg in The Flash, despite the fact that it was originally planned. Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins will reunite for Wonder Woman 3, which quickly entered development after Wonder Woman was released in 1984. This news comes to us through The Hollywood Reporter.

Topics: Justice League, Snyder Cut, HBO Max, Streaming

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