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Warner boss defends Walter Hamada after accusations of Ray Fisher, the Cyborg

Yesterday, Justice League Cyborg Ray Fisher made a big statement on his twitter, confirming that he had been fired from The Flash, one of DC’s upcoming films, and that the investigation into his charges of racism and misbehaving during Justice League re-recordings had been manipulated by Walter Hamada, the current president of DC Films.

After the actor’s statement, WarnerMedia CEO and Chairman Ann Sarnoff made a statement to The Hollywood Reporter on the matter, making it clear that she believed in Walter Hamada and had not interfered with the matter. ‘re-investigation, saying:

“I believe in Walter Hamada and that he did not prevent or interfere with the investigation. Additionally, I have complete confidence in the investigation process and what they found. Walter is a respected leader, known to his colleagues, friends and me as a man of great character and integrity. As I said recently in Walter’s contract extension announcement, I’m excited to know where he’s taking DC Films and look forward to working with him and the rest of the team to build the DC Multiverse. “.

Ray Fisher (left) and Walter Hamada (right)

Previously, Warner had confirmed that the Justice League takeover investigation was conducted by a law firm unrelated to the company and headed by a former federal judge. The investigation interviewed more than 80 people and that “corrective action” was taken at the end of the process.

Ray Fisher will return as Cyborg in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, but his future in other DC movies doesn’t look very good, as in addition to being pulled from the Flash movie, the actor had already made it clear that he would never work in a film produced by Walter Hamada again.

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