Ray Fisher Says WB Executives Are ‘Not Fit For Leadership’

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Ray Fisher has just gone ahead and done it. He’s dropped a load of bombs on Warner Bros. Pictures and revealed that he doesn’t believe those in power are fit for leadership.

He did this in a recent interview with The Hollywood Report which I really think you should go ahead and read.

It’s a long read, but a fascinating one and confirms many of the things we’ve been saying about what’s going on inside of Warner Bros. and WarnerMedia.

Fisher’s story of what went on whilst filming Justice League in 2017 to what happened afterwards is a really shocking and actually pretty sad one.

In the article, he reveals what happened between him, Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.

However, he also revealed what went on with the subsequent investigation and DC Films’ President, Walter Hamada.

I’m going to be honest here, it doesn’t make for good reading if you’re one of the executives over at Warner Bros. Pictures.

Ray Fisher speaks out against Warner Bros. executives

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Read more: Ray Fisher Reveals His Cyborg Character’s Been Removed From The Flash Film

Here’s what Ray Fisher had to say about the executives over at Warner Bros. Pictures towards the end of the rather long feature:

I don’t believe some of these people are fit for positions of leadership. I don’t want them excommunicated from Hollywood, but I don’t think they should be in charge of the hiring and firing of other people. If I can’t get accountability, at least I can make people aware of who they’re dealing with.

What do you make of Ray Fisher’s comments?

Are you shocked by all the revelations about the goings-on over at Warner Bros.?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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