A few days ago, Cyborg actor Ray Fisher had retracted his earlier statement about praising Joss Whedon, and now it looks like he\u2019s going to keep on talking about his experience working with the Avengers director. Fisher had just posted that Whedon was actually downright \u2018abusive\u2019 when he took over Justice League, and he couldn\u2019t have done it without Geoff Johns and John Berg.\r\n\r\nCheck out Fisher\u2019s post:\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/ray8fisher\/status\/1278362556214755329\r\n\r\nJust in case you\u2019re curious, Jon Berg and Geoff Johns were both attached as producers for Justice League. We don\u2019t really have any specifics about what kind of abusive behavior Whedon did on the set, but one of the stories coming out was that Whedon was responsible for the scene where Flash falls on Wonder Woman\u2019s chest.\r\n\r\nIf anything, I\u2019m waiting for more information on this. While I\u2019m not taking Whedon\u2019s side, I think he deserves to at least address these accusations. If anything, he\u2019s pretty much been taken down by the #MeToo movement for a while ever since his ex-wife Kai Cole opened up about how he\u2019s a \u2018hyprocite Feminist\u2019 back in 2017.\r\n\r\nFor now, I think Fisher is in a good place to open up, and it\u2019s going to be great that Zack Snyder will be able to publish his actual vision for the movie with HBO Max. While it\u2019s possible that it could be just as divisive as Batman v Superman, I\u2019d prefer that than the inconsistent mess that was 2017\u2019s Justice League.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=lPjF9sJcj4A\r\n\r\nZack Snyder\u2019s Justice League is set to come out sometime in 2021 on HBO Max.