Joss Whedon defends himself against Gal Gadot’s accusations by saying ‘English is not her first language’

Joss Whedon has called Gal Gadot’s accusations against him a “misunderstanding”, as “English is not her first language”.

Thatwonder Woman the star worked with Whedon as he replaced Zack Snyder as the director of the 2017 film Justice League.

In April 2021, en Hollywood Reporter the article claimed that Whedon became ugly when Gadot questioned new lines of dialogue that the director had given his superhero character.

A witness said Whedon “bragged” after a collision that he had “got it out” with the star. “He told her he’s the writer and she wants to shut up and say the lines and he can make her look incredibly stupid in this movie,” the witness said.

At the time, Gadot said The Hollywood Reporter in a statement: “I had my problems with [Whedon] and Warner Bros. handled it in a timely manner. ”

In a previously translated interview with the Israeli channel N12, Gadot had said: “I had my problems with Joss and I managed it. He somehow threatened my career and said that if I did anything, he would make sure that my career is miserable. “

The director, who previously declined to comment on the numerous allegations of misconduct that has shattered his reputation. have now approached them New York Magazine.

“I do not threaten people. Who does?” he said in the interview, which was published on Monday (January 11).

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Whedon remembered arguing with Gadot about a scene she wanted to cut. He claims he told the Israeli star that in order for the scene to be cut, she would have to tie him to a railroad track and do it over his dead body.

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He added: “English is not her first language and I tend to be annoyingly flourishing in my speech. Then I was told I had said something about her lig and binds her to the railway track. “

Gadot shut down Whedon’s proposal in her response to the outlet.

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Talks about allegations made by Gadot’s Justice League co-star Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg, Whedon said he thinks Fisher is a “malicious force” and a “bad actor”.

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