In a statement released earlier tonight, WarnerMedia has formally said that it has completed its months-long investigation into Ray Fisher's claims about alleged misconduct during reshoots for Warner Bros.' Justice League, which occurred in mid-2017.
Their statement reads, "WarnerMedia’s investigation into the Justice League movie has concluded and remedial action has been taken." It's unclear what this "remedial action" may entail, but it's possible that Joss Whedon's recent decision to exit HBO's The Nevers may have been part of the fallout.
Following their statement, Fisher shared his own thoughts on the outcome and vaguely promised more repercussions to come, although considering Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns, and Jon Berg are no longer involved with DC Films, it's hard to imagine what more could and will be done.
He also notes that "There are still conversations to be had and resolutions that need to be found," seemingly suggesting that this may not be the end of this year-long saga, and it's now fair to wonder whether the actor, whose career arguably took the biggest hit following the tepid response his character received in the 2017 box office disaster, could be angling for a revival of the previously canceled Cyborg standalone feature.
What will ultimately happen remains to be seen, but Fisher is currently in the middle of (or has just wrapped) reshoots on Zack Snyder's Justice League, which is due out on the reportedly struggling HBO Max early next year. It's also believed that he was offered a part in Andy Muschietti's The Flash, but last we heard, he hasn't officially signed a deal.