Ray Fisher Wants DC Films’ President Walter Hamada To Apologize

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Ray Fisher has taken to Twitter to say that he feels DC Films’ President, Walter Hamada still owes the participants of the Justice League investigation an apology.

I’m going to be honest here. I am starting to think that this whole thing has gone on for a bit too long. But, until things have actually been sorted out as Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films, then Fisher will keep on going and will not stop.

That’s actually pretty admiral as far as I’m concerned. However, unfortunately, it looks like many of the higher-ups over at Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films will not be held accountable for their actions, despite Fisher’s best efforts.

Ray Fisher wants DC Films’ Walter Hamada to apologize

Read more: WarnerMedia Is Standing By Walter Hamada After Ray Fisher’s New Accusations

Here’s what Ray Fisher had to say about wanting Walter Hamada to apologize in his recent tweet:

Walter Hamada still owes an apology to the participants of the Justice League investigation.

Will Walter Hamada apologize? No. I do not believe he, or anyone else at Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films for that matter, ever will apologize to the participants of the Justice League investigation. That is such a shame, but it’s the way the industry works at the moment.

Hopefully, things will change in the not-so-distant future. However, I’m not sure if Hamada is going to be the person to instigate that change.

What do you make of this news? Do you think that DC Films’ Walter Hamada should apologize? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. deevo

    Fisher’s really grasping at straws trying to make this about Hamada, who wasn’t even in charge of DC Films when the disastrous JL reshoots. And clearly the studio can see that. If you look at Fisher’s half-explanations, its clear that there was a discussion with Hamada about the matter, wherein his only crime in Fisherland was to not 100% jump on his bandwagon without the facts ( like his Snydercronies who only support him as he is an extension of their grimdark lord and master). He was expressing incredulity at the allegations concerning Geoff Johns, whom he had worked with on Shazam. Hamada clearly didn’t impede the investigation and even when Fisher complained about the investigation the studio/WarnerMedia looked to get him ANOTHER investigator.

    No one wants to ask WHY Fisher waited years to bring this up or the fact that his war in a thimble vs. WB started around the time that he would have learned that his promised role in the Flash movie would be reduced ( clearly as a result of nabbing Micheal Keaton for the film).

    Whedon’s bad behaviour is the worst kept secret in Hollywood, but it’s clear Fisher could not nail Johns and he certainly doesn’t have anything concrete on Hamada. But he’ll do what he does. Complain, and NOT provide specifics.


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