Following the Chauvin guilty verdict on Tuesday, WarnerMedia and several other big Hollywood studios issued statements about racial justice in America.
“The Work Continues,” said WarnerMedia. “While this verdict doesn’t bring back those we’ve so wrongly lost, we know that it brings us closer to significant change. We reaffirm our commitment to be a part of the solution by using our platforms, content, and resources to advance racial equity and social justice.”
In response, actor Ray Fisher, who claims that WarnerMedia protected director Joss Whedon and other executives while he endured racial discrimination and abuse during reshoots on “Justice League,” scolded the studio for its alleged hypocrisy.
“How f***ing DARE YOU,” exclaimed Fisher. “Oh, now I’m pissed….”