Ray Fisher Says Ben Affleck’s Return As Batman Was A WB Publicity Stunt

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Ray Fisher has come out and revealed that the announcement that Ben Affleck would be returning as Batman in The Flash was a publicity stunt.

Fisher’s been very vocal or late about the nightmareish time he and many others had on the set of Justice League.

He’s been calling Joss Whedon out of her awful behaviour on set.

Fisher’s also been calling out many of the producers working behind the scenes.

Ray’s now posted a tweet in which he claimed that the news Ben Affleck was returning as Batman was a publicity stunt.

Bascially, he claimed that they revealed the news early to detract attention away from the Justice League situation.

Ray Fisher revealed Warner Bros. Pictures announcing Ben Affleck’s return was a publicity stunt

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Here’s what Ray Fisher wrote:

Unfortunately, the fake Frosty news with Jason wasn’t the only PR tactic used to distract from the seriousness of the JL situation. Ben returning as Batman was clearly meant to be revealed at DC Fandome. I’ll give you one guess as to why @wbpictures likely jumped the gun. A>E

It really does feel like Warner Bros. Pictures just want this whole story to go away.

It’s good that Ray’s being very vocal about what happened on the set of Justice League after Zack Snyder left the project.

However, he’s now in danger of being completely dropped by the movie studio.

What do you make of this news?

Do you also believe that Warner Bros. Pictures revealed Ben Affleck’s return as Batman early for good publicity?

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