Ray Fisher has been chatting about Joss Whedon again and revealed in a recent live stream that his Justice League set was full of “resentment”. He revealed this during a recent appearance in Poindexter Lounge’s live stream, which was part of the Deck The Hall Of Justice series of live streams.
These live streams were all about Justice League and they featured some pretty cool guests including Zack Snyder and Ray Fisher. Now, Fisher had quite a bit to say about the director, Joss Whedon. Whedon was the one who came in to replace Zack on Justice League, and the movie he ended up making was nothing like Zack’s vision.
We’re now going to get the movie that Zack Snyder wanted to make, but Ray Fisher did have some stuff to say about what it was like working with Joss Whedon on the set of Justice League. Let me tell you, what he has to say about him isn’t very good.
Joss Whedon’s Justice League set was full of resentment says Ray Fisher
Here’s what Ray Fisher had to say about what it was like working on the set of Justice League with Joss Whedon:
One of the things that I will say so far is, our experience in the creation of this is Joss brought a lot of his personal and professional, for lack of a better term, resentment into the Justice League process. One of the things that he had said in our first conversation was that people didn’t ‘get’ Age of Ultron. There were certain things that were being said in that conversation where I was like, ‘Oh, this is less about the work being presented and more sort of like an ego stroke.’ To say, ‘If you like it in this movie, you should have liked it in that one. Haha, joke’s on you.’ Right? And that’s just creatively, that has nothing to do with any of the really egregious stuff, that’s just on a creative level. It shows, you know?
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