Guess Ray Fisher still hasn't received that apology from Walter Hamada!
Earlier tonight, recently-appointed DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn shared a series of Tweets addressing the negative (and outright abusive) feedback he's received since making some pretty controversial decisions regarding the future of the new DC Universe. Now, Fisher has responded by bringing up an exchange he had with the filmmaker back in January of this year.
The Justice League actor asked Gunn to offer an explanation for a Tweet from Alan Tudyk, who worked with Joss Whedon on Firefly and Serenity, which The Suicide Squad director "liked." Gunn then apologized for weighing in on a situation he "knew nothing about," but Fisher has now called him out for deleting said Tweet.
"The way James Gunn uses fake grace on Twitter is really funny," Fisher wrote. "Him going to bat for Joss Whedon, pseudo-apologizing for it, and then deleting it immediately before taking his new DC job is not. Refusing to apologize for toxic behavior seems to be a job requirement for WB/DC."
In case you're unaware of the history here, Fisher accused Whedon, Geoff Johns and others of unprofessional and abusive behaviour on the set of Justice League, and Hamada of covering up for and enabling them. An investigation was conducted which came to nothing (though Fisher has his own thoughts on why that is), but the actor clearly has zero intention of letting it go.
It should be noted that Fisher is far from the only one to level these type of allegations at the Avengers director. In fact, he's been accused of doing a lot worse by several members of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast.
UPDATE: Gunn has responded with the following.
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