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#IStandWithRayFisher becomes trending after Geoff Johns revealed that he threatened his career

Ray Fisher’s fight against some top Warner Bros. executives continues. The 33-year-old actor made a successful appearance in Zack Snyder’s Justice League – 82%, but real life problems have not rested. After revealing mistreatment by Joss Whedon and others involved in the Justice League reshoots – 41%, the Cyborg interpreter returns with new statements in an article by The Hollywood Reporter, which has promoted the hashtag on social networks #IStandWithRayFisher (I’m with Ray fisher).
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#IStandWithRayFisher Trends After Cyborg Actor Claims DC's Geoff Johns Threatened His Career

Ray Fisher, the actor behind Cyborg in Justice League, has finally revealed details behind allegations made against Joss Whedon and Warner Bros. executives. Fisher, for nearly a year, has accused Whedon and executives at the studio, such as Geoff Johns, of inappropriate behavior during reshoots on the movie that took place following original director Zack Snyder's departure. In the wake of these details, #IStandWithRayFisher has begun trending on Twitter.
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Geoff Johns accused of racism for rejecting Regé-Jean Page on Krypton – Tomatazos

Ray Fisher’s misconduct allegations during Justice League reshoots – 41% seem to be just the tip of the iceberg. In a new report, which reviews Geoff Johns’ career at the helm of several DC titles, he states that he would also have refused to give way to a more diverse cast on the Krypton series, rejecting actors of color and LGBT characters in that little known series.
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Former DC Films Co-President Geoff Johns Allegedly Opposed Superman Having A Black Grandfather In KRYPTON

Yesterday, Zack Snyder's Justice League star Ray Fisher finally opened up about his issues with Joss Whedon and Geoff Johns. The Avengers director has been painted in a terrible light, and the odds of him working in Hollywood again seem pretty slim. As for Johns, he continues to work on various DC films, TV shows, and comics, but his future could also be in question.
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Justice League Star Ray Fisher Once Again Calls Out Geoff Johns And Warner Bros. Execs

Zack Snyder's Justice League star Ray Fisher is reminding fans that the job is not yet done when it comes to holding those accountable for the film's troubled and controversial production. In a new tweet, Fisher states that "Folks will be anxious to let Kevin Tsujihara and Joss Whedon take the fall for everything to do with Justice League. Both have been publicly disgraced and make for easy targets. Please don’t be fooled. Toby Emmerich, Geoff Johns, and Jon Berg share direct responsibility. A>E". That new salvo is squarely aimed at the higher-ups involved with Justice League's "Whedon Cut" - names Fisher clearly doesn't want to see get lost in the shuffle of celebrating Snyder's victory.
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'STARGIRL' GOES ON SPRING BREAK IN A ONE SHOT BY GEOFF JOHNS

DC Comics will release the Stargirl Spring Break Special #1 on May 4. The Stargirl Spring Break Special #1 comic follows along in the series of novelty holiday one-shots DC began releasing again, which started last December with DC's Very Merry Multiverse and was followed up by DC Love is a Battlefield #1 which was released on February 9 (see "Confessions of a Comic Book Guy -- Content For Christmas" and also "Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy Grace the Cover of DC's Valentine's Day-Themed 80-Page Special"). This time the "holiday season" in focus is Spring Break, and this Stargirl comic penned by Geoff Johns takes center stage. Although not an 80-page giant like the previous holiday specials, it still has a sizeable adventure story featuring Stargirl accompanied by S.T.R.I.P.E and his former team, the Seven Soldiers of Victory.
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New Stargirl One-Shot From Geoff Johns to Debut in May

Stargirl is going on a Spring Break adventure -- at least on the pages of DC Comics. DC has announced a new one-shot Stargirl adventure from writer Geoff Johns and artist Todd Nauck on sale May 4th which will see Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl head off with her stepfather Pat Dugan/S.T.R.I.P.E. but this excursion isn't taking them to the beach. Instead, they're teaming up with the Seven Soldiers of Victory in Stargirl Spring Break Special #1.
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STUDIOS PUSH BACK THEIR L.A. PRODUCTION RESTARTS DUE TO COVID-19, 'MOON KNIGHT' ADDS DIRECTORS, 'THE CANARIES' SPINOFF SPINS OUT, GEOFF JOHNS REMAINS AT WARNERMEDIA, HAMADA GETS AN EXTENSION, FEIGE'S 'STAR WARS' MOVIE ATTACHES A WRITER

Posted by Jeffrey Dohm-Sanchez on January 11, 2021 @ 3:55 pm CT. Showbiz news is trickling in after the holidays, and it's time for a round-up. According to THR, Disney Television, CBS Studios, Warner Bros. TV, Universal TV and Netflix have all pushed off restarting production in Los Angeles County due to a surge in COVID-19. The production delays come after the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health urged TV and film productions to consider a work pause due to the spikes in the county. Rolling surges have caused TV and film productions shut downs throughout most of 2020 (see "Dozens of TV Productions Come to a Standstill Over Coronavirus Concerns").
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Warner, Geoff Johns will remain in his post despite Ray Fisher's allegations

Geoff Johns, which over the years has earned a considerable reputation within DC Films' Warner projects, both in television series (starting with the success of Smallville) and feature films (which he personally supervises), will maintain his current role in the future and this despite the recent accusations launched by Ray Fisher.
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Geoff Johns Still Working With WarnerMedia, Despite Ray Fisher’s Claim Writer Is Leaving Studio (EXCLUSIVE)

Writer-producer Geoff Johns has multiple projects at WarnerMedia and remains working with the company, despite a claim from actor Ray Fisher that Johns will be parting ways with WarnerMedia following the company’s investigation into Fisher’s allegations of misconduct on “Justice League,” multiple sources confirm to Variety. According to WarnerMedia, more than 80 people were interviewed during the “thorough” investigation.
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Geoff Johns Reportedly Staying at DC Despite Ray Fisher's Claims

Stargirl creator and executive producer Geoff Johns, who has worked with DC on film and TV projects going back to Smallville, will continue on in that role, ComicBook can confirm. Earlier today, Justice League actor Ray Fisher claimed that Johns would part ways with the company. Fisher claimed that Johns was splitting up with WarnerMedia following an internal investigation into claims of abuse and a hostile workplace on the set of Justice League. Fisher, one of Zack Snyder's most ardent supporters, had leveled the accusations against Johns and filmmaker Joss Whedon, the two people who are reportedly most responsible for changes made to Justice League after Snyder left the project.