Ray Fisher Calls Out WB For ‘Reactionary’ Decision To Extend Walter Hamada’s Contract

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Ray Fisher is at it again and he’s not going down without a fight! I knew I liked the guy! He’s now taken to Twitter after it was announced by Warner Bros. Pictures that they were extending Walter Hamada’s contract as the head of DC Films. In his latest tweet, Ray Fisher called the announcement “reactionary” and made sure to make it clear that Hamada was working “directly with Geoff Johns and Toby Emmerich (on Shazam) DURING Justice League reshoots”.

It’s all taking off over at Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films. Ray Fisher has been very vocal about him not liking the way things have been handled at the movie studio. He’s been tweeting left right and centre and he also did an interview with Forbes calling out many of the executives at Warner Bros. for their behaviour.

It was recently revealed that Joss Whedon had stepped down from his HBO Max TV show, The Nevers, and I’m pretty sure Fisher’s claims had something to do with that. There was also an investigation made into the goings-on at Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films. Nothing was officially announced about what the investigation’s finding were, however, they did say that the necessary steps had been made.

Ray Fisher is calling out Warner Bros. Pictures for their decision to extend Walter Hamada’s contract

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Here’s what Ray Fisher wrote in this latest tweet:

It’s weird how these reactionary announcements from @wbpictures always forget to mention that Walter Hamada was working directly with Geoff Johns and Toby Emmerich (on Shazam) DURING Justice League reshoots…

As I stated above, Ray Fisher is clearly not happy with the decision to extend Walter Hamada’s contract at DC Films. It seems as though he holds him partially responsible for certain people’s conduct at Warner Bros. whilst filming Justice League.

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