Jason Momoa Supports A Full Investigation Of Justice League's Production
Momoa says a "fake" announcement of his upcoming Frosty The Snowman movie was leaked as a distraction.
Troubling allegations continue to surface about the alleged abusive and unprofessional behavior of Joss Whedon on the set of Justice League, a controversy first brought to light by Cyborg actor Ray Fisher back in July.
Since then, Fisher's co-star, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa has taken to social media to proclaim his support for his colleague--first in an Instagram story where Momoa used the hashtag "IStandWithRayFisher" and now in a full Instagram post.
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THIS SHIT HAS TO STOP AND NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT @ray8fisher AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO EXPERIENCED WHAT HAPPEN UNDER THE WATCH OF @wbpictures NEEDS PROPER INVESTIGATION I just think it’s fucked up that people released a fake Frosty announcement without my permission to try to distract from Ray Fisher speaking up about the shitty way we were treated on Justice League reshoots. Serious stuff went down. It needs to be investigated and people need to be held accountable. #IStandWithRayFisher. aloha j
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In the post, Momoa says that a "fake" announcement of his involvement in an upcoming Frosty The Snowman film by WB was leaked without his permission to try and distract from both he and Ray's allegations. He also says that this "sh*t has to stop and needs to be looked at," referring broadly to how "serious stuff went down" and that it, as well as "everything else that happened under [Warner Bros. Pictures] watch" needs to be taken seriously.
It's unclear whether this means Momoa's involvement as the voice behind a new Frosty The Snowman film was wholly fabricated or if Momoa was not aware of the announcement or the finalized deal before it was leaked back in July.
Meanwhile, both Momoa and Fisher will be returning to their roles as Aquaman and Cyborg--at least in some capacity--for the release of the "Snyder Cut" of Justice League on HBO Max. It has since been given an official title, revealed in the second part of DC's FanDome virtual event. Goodbye Snyder Cut, hello Justice League: The Director's Cut. It will be a four-hour long movie, broken up into four parts and presented like a mini-series on the streaming platform.
Justice League: The Director's Cut will hit HBO Max in 2021.