Jason Momoa is the first Justice League cast member to publicly “stand with” Ray Fisher in his case against Joss Whedon.


Momoa played Aquaman in 2017’s Justice League alongside Fisher’s Cyborg with Whedon serving as the director after previous director, Zack Snyder, had to bow out due to personal reasons. Fisher recently accused Whedon of running a toxic and hostile set and that DC Films chair Geoff Johns and former co-chair Jon Berg enabled Whedon’s alleged bad behavior. The rest of the Justice League cast has remained quiet, but on Sept. 8, Momoa showed his support for Fisher on his Instagram story, as originally reported by Variety.

As you can see, Momoa said “#IStandWithRayFisher,” which marks the first show of public support from any of Fisher’s fellow Justice League cast members. Momoa didn’t mention anything else but the message is pretty clear. Fisher posted a screenshot on Twitter of Momoa’s post that says “Let’s Go!!! #BORGLIFE Accountability>Entertainment.”

Amidst Fisher’s accusations, WarnerMedia responded and said, “(To) date, Mr. Fisher has declined to speak to the investigator.” You can read the full WarnerMedia statement here. Fisher responded and said that he isn’t cooperating with WarnerMedia’s investigative probe because he believes it isn’t fully independent.

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Without inferring into Momoa’s message, it’s a case of Fisher’s story versus the DC Films side of the Justice League Production. It’s worth noting that Momoa has voiced his support of Fisher while in talks to voice the titular character in an upcoming Frosty the Snowman Warner Bros. picture that has both Johns and Berg attached to it.

You can check out Momoa and Fisher in their respective DC roles in the upcoming Snyder Cut of Justice League, which is set to hit HBO Max in 2021.