Joss Whedon Calls Justice League’s Ray Fisher A ‘Bad Actor’


2017’s Justice League director, Joss Whedon, has called Cyborg actor Ray Fisher a bad actor in more ways than one.

Whedon revealed this during a recent interview with The New York Times (via Twitter).

The filmmaker didn’t hold back during this interview, and we covered part of what he said in a previous article.

To cut the article short, Whedon was reported saying that he’d never worked with a ruder cast and crew than on Justice League.

However, Whedon also had some choice words for Ray Fisher.

Whedon began by saying that Cyborg’s story in Justice League (before he came onto the movie), “logically made no sense”.

He also went on to say that he felt Ray Fisher’s acting as Cyborg was bad.

Joss Whedon seems to think Justice League’s Ray Fisher is a “bad actor”

Read more: Justice League’s Ray Fisher Issues Warning To Joss Whedon

Here’s what Joss Whedon had to say about Ray Fisher during his interview with The New York Times (and there’s quite a bit).

Whedon started out by saying that test screening viewers thought that Cyborg was “the worst of all the characters in the film”.

He also said that none of the claims that Fisher made in the media were “either true or merited discussing”.

Whedon then added:

We’re talking about a malevolent force. We’re talking about a bad actor in both senses.

OK, shots fired by Joss Whedon. I wonder what Ray Fisher’s response to this interview will be.

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