Jason Momoa is first league cast member to ‘Stand with’ Cyberg actor Ray Fisher in case against Joss Whedon

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

Momoa played the role of Aquaman in 2017s 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 toxic and hostile set and that DC Films chair Geoff Johns and former co-chair Jon Berg enabled Whedon’s alleged bad behaviour. 

The rest of the cast of the Justice League have remained quite but on 8th September, Momoa showed his support for Fisher on his Instagram story.

In his post Momoa said “#IStandWithRayFisher,” which marks the first show of public support from any of Fisher’s fellow Justice League cast members. He also posted on Twitter a screenshot saying that “Let’s Go!!! #BORGLIFE, Accountability > Entertainment.”

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