Author-producer Geoff Johns has a number of tasks at WarnerMedia and stays working with the corporate, regardless of a declare from actor Ray Fisher that Johns might be parting methods with WarnerMedia following the corporate’s investigation into Fisher’s allegations of misconduct on “Justice League,” a number of sources affirm to Selection. In accordance with WarnerMedia, greater than 80 folks have been interviewed throughout the “thorough” investigation.
On Thursday, Fisher posted a Twitter thread disputing a report that Fisher “publicly resigned” from taking part in the position of Cyborg for DC Movies after Fisher tweeted on Dec. 30 “I cannot take part in any manufacturing related” with present DC Movies president Walter Hamada. Six days later, Selection reported that Hamada re-upped his deal to run the DC unit by way of 2023.
In the identical thread, Fisher tweeted that the “Justice League” investigation led to WarnerMedia “parting methods” with Joss Whedon — who was the principle focus of Fisher’s “Justice League” allegations — and that “Geoff Johns might be following swimsuit.”
The very fact is: the Justice League investigation led to @WarnerMedia (and it’s associates) parting methods with Joss Whedon.
Geoff Johns might be following swimsuit.
Had Walter Hamada gotten his method, NONE of that might have been attainable, and the cycle of abuse would’ve continued.
— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) January 7, 2021
In accordance with three sources aware of Johns’ work with WarnerMedia, the corporate stays in enterprise with him. Johns continues to work because the creator and showrunner for the CW sequence “Stargirl,” a part of govt producer Greg Berlanti’s expansive suite of exhibits based mostly on DC Comics properties. Together with co-writing the current function movie “Marvel Lady 1984,” Johns serves as an govt producer on a number of different DC-based sequence, together with “Batwoman,” “Doom Patrol,” “Titans” and the upcoming CW sequence “Superman & Lois.”
Fisher’s declare about Johns is the most recent in a string of allegations and assertions the actor has made in reference to “Justice League.” It began in July with Fisher’s competition that director Joss Whedon engaged in “gross, abusive, unprofessional, and utterly unacceptable” habits on the set of the movie, and that Johns and Jon Berg, who have been producers on “Justice League” and working the DC Movies unit on the time, “enabled” Whedon. To this point, Fisher has by no means publicly provided particular particulars nor corroboration relating to these allegations.
Upon concluding its investigation into Fisher’s claims, WarnerMedia announced on Dec. 11 that “remedial motion has been taken,” however the firm has declined to offer additional particulars as to what that motion entailed. On Thursday, Fisher claimed that Whedon’s announcement on Nov. 25 that he was exiting his HBO sequence “The Nevers” was a part of that “remedial motion.” On the time, Whedon mentioned in a press release that he was leaving the sequence as a result of “the bodily challenges of constructing such an enormous present throughout a world pandemic.” A spokesperson for Whedon declined to touch upon Fisher’s tweet.
WarnerMedia reiterated on Thursday that “remedial motion has been taken,” including that the probe, led by a former federal choose, was performed by an outdoor legislation agency that interviewed greater than 80 folks.
“We’ve full confidence in its thoroughness and integrity, and remedial motion has been taken,” a WarnerMedia spokesperson mentioned in a press release. “The investigation has concluded, and it’s time to transfer on.”