A source familiar with the situation said that director Joss Whedon threatened to damage Gal Gadot’s career while repeatedly filming certain scenes in the Justice League.
The charges against Wheaton’s account began in July last year, when actor Ray Fisher accused the director of “rude, violent, unprofessional and completely unacceptable” behavior in the scene.
Fisher, who played a cyborg in the Justice League, once again talked about this topic for “Hollywood Reporter”, and after revising the script, he also talked about the attempt to discuss Whedon.
According to reports, Wheaton didn’t even want to hear him. He said that he didn’t want to receive instructions from anyone, or even listen to Robert Downey’s instructions. The reporter’s source stated that when asked about the changes to the script, Whedon treated Gal Gadot and Jason Momi similarly.
Whedon and Gadot also reportedly quarreled because he claimed that she wanted to jump from one project to another, and that she was more aggressive than the characters in “Wonder Woman.” According to the story, after she tried to complain to him about the controversial sentence against her, he threatened to harm her career.
Fisher did not disclose details, but a witness allegedly later said that Wheaton told Gadot that he was a writer and she could shut up because he could make her “be very stupid in that movie.” .
Wheaton allegedly threatened Patty Jenkins, director of “Wonder Woman” (Wonder Woman), and the two eventually met with then-Warner Bros. president Kevin Tsujihar (Kevin Tsujihar). Gadot later said: “I ran into problems at Wheaton and Warner Bros., but these problems were resolved in time.”
Both Gadot and Momoa expressed support for Fisher’s allegations, which prompted an investigation by Warner Bros. The studio said that although it did not disclose the results of the investigation, it has taken corrective measures.