Jason Momova Speaks in support of his fellow actor.
In July, Ray Fisher, Who appeared “Justice League“With Momova, Jose Wheaton accused him of “gross, misleading, professional and completely unacceptable” behavior In the set of the movie.
Director Whedon, 56, volunteered to finish production on the film when director Zack Snyder bowed his head over a family tragedy.
In addition, 33-year-old Fisher accused producers Jeff Jones and John Berg of being “directed” to the filmmaker’s behavior.
Now, Momova has stepped up the batting to defend Fisher in an Instagram post shared on Monday.
“This S-D should be stopped and searched @ Everyone who experienced what happened under the watchful eye of ray8fisher and BWbictures,” Mova showed the title of this post. “I think people issued a fake Frosty announcement without my permission to try to divert Ray Fisher’s talk about the way we’re conducted in the Justice League reorganization.”
Actor a Upcoming “Frosty the Snowman” project He was previously reported to have accepted the title role. The announcement of the upcoming Warner Bros. project – said to be made by Berg and Johns – was made on the same day as Fisher’s claims.
Fox News reports that the project is in development and that it is about a snowman, not frosty material. It is unclear whether Momova is connected.
Warner Bros. declined to comment when it reached Fox News on Monday.
Meanwhile, Momova ended her Instagram post: “Serious things are down, it needs to be investigated, and people need to be held accountable. #IStandWithRayFisher.”
Whedon, Berg and Johns did not immediately respond to Fox News’ comments, nor did representatives for Fischer and Momo’s co – stars Cal Callot, Ben Affleck and Ezra Miller.
In a statement Variety In July, Berg said, “It is a definite lie that we did not implement any professional conduct.”
He said: “I remember [Fisher] We regretted that he had to say ‘pooya’, a word well known about cyborg in the animated series. “
Momova has a strong bond with Warner Bros. because the studio is home to his billion-dollar “Aquaman”, its upcoming sequel and December blockbuster “Toon”.
The cast is currently working with 54-year-old Snyder On the new cut of the film, Which will be released on HBO Max.