Well, we all know some theories about Joss Whedon, the upcoming HBO Nevermind sci-fi super series in which he participated, and the consequences of Joss Whedon’s research during the filming of the WarnerMedia Justice League.

If we look at the timing and the way it all happened, is it such a theoretical leap that the loss of Joss Whedon’s HBO series was part of the penalty of the Justice League?

Did Joss leave Whedon Nevers for the Justice League prize?

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One. In July, Ray Fisher, aka Cyborg, the Justice League actor, pronounced on Twitter, accusing Whedon of insolence on the 2017 series shortly after Whedon took the place of Zack Synder and two other executives helped facilitate Whedon’s alleged actions.

In addition, Warner Media started an investigation into Fisher’s claim, but in September Warner Media claimed that Fisher had not collaborated with external researchers. Fisher denied these allegations, while friends of the co-founder publicly started supporting their Fisher and demanded that Warner Media take action.

On 24 November Whedon declared that he was officially leaving Nevers.

Whedon illustrated it this way: The level of responsibility requires progress, combined with the physical challenges of setting up such a big show during a pandemic.

That’s the most important thing, Whedon said.

In addition, Fisher would agree to reinvent his interpretation of Cyborg in the next four-hour mini-version of Snyder’s Justice League for HBO Max, which Snyder would announce as his true vision for the film when it is released in 2021.

The 11th. In December, WarneMedia announced the conclusion of its investigation into Fisher’s allegations.

Fisher shares what the company has told him on Twitter with everyone, and make sure you view the link with the corrective measures at the top of the page.

The following text was sent to me today at 17.00 (Eastern Time) on behalf of @WarnerMedia:

– The Justice League investigation is over.

– This led to a correction.
(Some we’ve seen, some still to come).


– Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) December 12, 2020

– And this statement (which in fact belongs to ALL those involved in the investigation):

WarnerMedia appreciates the courage you have shown in taking a step forward to help the company create an inclusive and fair working environment for its employees and partners.


– Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) December 12, 2020

Discussions are still going on and solutions need to be found.

Thank you all for your support and encouragement on this journey.

We’re on our way.

Hurry up, hurry up, hurry up, hurry up, hurry up.



– Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) December 12, 2020

Last October we came across one of Nick Frost’s interviews in support of Amazon Prime Truth Seekers.

The actor was asked what it was like to work with Whedon on the HBO series, and although we assume it was an effort, positive and beneficial for Frost?

Let’s say he’s coloring in some pretty unique moments in his experience.

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