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Disputes over Justice League, Cyborg Cast Comments on DC Films' President Resignation

The president of DC Films, Walter Hamada, officially resigned from his post on October 19, 2022, after four years in the position. Hamada’s intervention in the DC film universe is arguably quite controversial among fans. Not only controversial for fans, Hamada even had an argument with one of the stars of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU).

Beginning in June 2020, the Cyborg actor, Ray Fisher, began to reveal director Joss Whedon’s bad behavior during the reshoots. Justice League (2017). Fisher then gradually revealed the bad events during the reshoot Justice Leagueincluding revealing that Hamada condones Whedon’s toxic behavior.

So complicated was the tempest between Fisher, Whedon, and Hamada; Fisher, via his Twitter in December 2020, loudly announced that he did not want to be involved in the film project handled by Hamada. Since Hamada has stepped down as president of DC Films, what do you think Fisher’s response to this will be?

On Twitter, Fisher said, “Walter Hamada is working to protect his toxic and discriminatory colleagues. He failed. He tried to bury me (and investigation Justice League) with lies. He failed. He is a product of the old Hollywood cronyism. Hopefully we will never again experience what he did. Up!”

For those who have watched Black Adam (2022), you must know that Henry Cavill’s version of Superman is finally comeback after his last appearance in Justice League (2017) and Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021). Cyborg himself also last appeared in the DCEU through the two films.

Will Walter Hamada’s resignation give Ray Fisher another chance to play Cyborg in the DCEU? Don’t forget to keep following KINCIR to get various information about other films, OK!