Jason Momoa showed his support to Justice League co-star, Ray Fisher, who revealed the misconduct in their 2017 movie's set. The Game of Thrones star bravely called out Warner Bros. and asked to launch an investigation to know the real story behind the assertion.

In a post on Instagram, Momoa said the delinquency "had to stop and needed to be looked at." He shared a photo of him and Fisher, adding people who experienced what happened "under the watch of Warner Bros. needed proper investigation."

The 41-year-old star even saw that the announcement of his new project, Frosty the Snowman, without his permission was strategically used to "try and distract" the public from listening to Fisher's cries. Aside from the 33-year-old actor, who played as Victor Stone/Cyborg in the DC Extended Universe, Momoa asserted they were all poorly treated on Justice League reshoots.

Momoa seemed to reference the story reported by Deadline in July, announcing he would be Frosty the Snowman's voice in the live-action Warner Bros. film. The article was published shortly after Fisher aired his complaints.


Lisa Bonet's husband continued "serious stuff" happened then and there were people who were needed "to be held accountable." He, then, used the hashtag #IStandWithRayFisher and tagged him on his post.

Fisher left a comment on Momoa's post with a simple "A>E," which Us Weekly noted that meant "Accountability is greater than Entertainment." Earlier, he accused director Joss Whedon of "inappropriate actions" on the DC Comics movie set.

In a tweet, he claimed Whedon treated the film's cast and crew in a "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" manner. He added DC Entertainment former president Geoff Johns and producer Jon Berg tolerated Whedon's actions.

Fisher also revealed Johns sent him to his office to "belittle and admonish" his and an agent's move to "take grievances up the proper chain of command." Sadly, Johns only threatened his career.

Variety noted Fisher also revealed Warner Bros. investigators "conveniently avoided" contacting key witnesses, who gave statements to the studio's HR. Although they already started interviewing people, they had since ghosted them, involving "former and current top-level executives."

He also revealed an unnamed individual who's involved in the investigation called him to apologize.

Warner Bros. investigation started in late August. However, a few weeks later, it accused Fisher of not meeting its hired third-party investigators.

The Cyborg star then proved the company's claim wrong, revealing a screenshot of the email he sent to his team and SAG-AFTRA, showing he met the investigator through Zoom.