Yesterday, NY Magazine released an interview with disgraced director Joss Whedon which recounted the numerous allegations levelled at the Avengers filmmaker from the likes of Gal Gadot, Charisma Carpenter, and Ray Fisher.
The Cyborg actor accused Whedon of "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behaviour during Justice League reshoots, while also calling out the likes of Geoff Johns and Walter Hamada for enabling him. The resulting investigation went nowhere, but Fisher maintains that he had good reason to speak up.
Whedon pretty much dismisses all of these claims in the interview, countering that the only reason he reduced Cyborg's role in the theatrical cut of the movie is because Fisher was a "bad actor." He also insinuates that Fisher might have been encouraged to falsely accuse him by Zack Snyder.
Fisher sent out a Tweet in response last night, but has now followed up by dragging Whedon for having "nearly two years to get his story straight" and still somehow managing to make things even worse for himself.
We're sure Fisher will have more to say, and wouldn't be surprised if some of the other people who've accused Whedon of inappropriate behaviour weigh in over the next few days.