Joss Whedon has commented on his alleged misconduct on the set of many of his productions, including a tense incident, particularly between him and Gal Gadot on the set of 2017 Justice League.
According to New York Magazine, the 57-year-old filmmaker recently responded to his accusations of professional misconduct during an interview with the publication, claiming that he did not “threaten” people and also that the incident between him and Gal Gadot was nothing more than a misunderstanding due to. to the fact that English is not the mother tongue of the 36-year-old actress.
“I do not threaten people. Who does?” Whedon told the magazine about the quarrel between him and Gadot. “English is not her first language and I tend to be annoyingly flourishing in my speech.”
The incident between the filmmaker and the actress allegedly stemmed from a misunderstanding when Whedon told Gadot that she would have to tie his body to a train track if she wanted him to cut a specific scene with her as Wonder Woman – but Gadot understood it allegedly as if Whedon threatened to tie her to a train track to suggest that the scene be removed.
“I understood perfectly,” Gadot said of the incident, suggesting that there was in fact no misunderstanding because of the language barrier.
But the incident between Whedon and Gadot was not the only drama between the filmmaker and a member of his production cast, because he allegedly also hit heads with the 34-year-old actor Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in the 2017 superhero epic alongside Gadot’s Wonder Woman.
In 2020, almost three years after the filming for Whedon’s Justice LeagueFisher commented that Whedon’s behavior on the set was “gross, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable.”
Following Fisher’s claims about the filmmaker, Warner Bros. started. Pictures an investigation into Whedon and his alleged dishonesty on the set of his productions – an investigation that led to “remedial action” by the entertainment company giant.
“It looks like Joss Whedon is going to direct a playoff game after all …” Fisher tweeted today. “Instead of tackling all the lies and hassles today – I want to celebrate the legacy of Pastor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tomorrow the work continues.”
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