Jason Momoa has come out and backed the serious allegations made by Justice League star Ray Fisher about alleged unprofessional behaviour during the making of the film.

Fisher first brought these allegations to light back in July when he claimed that replacement Justice League director Joss Whedon was abusive and has stood firm since despite denials from Warner Bros.

After staying silent for some time, Fisher’s Justice League co-star Jason Momoa has come out in support of his pal while also calling out Warner Bros. for what went down during reshoots on the film.

Taking to Instagram with a lengthy post, Momoa unapologetically (and in all caps) writes how “THIS SHIT HAS TO STOP AND NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT” before calling for a “PROPER INVESTIGATION” of what happened on Justice League while “UNDER THE WATCH OF [Warner Bros.].”

The actor continued with his criticism by calling out the movie studio for trying to bury Fisher’s claim by announcing his involvement in a new Frosty The Snowman movie without his permission.

“I just think it’s fucked up that people released a fake Frosty announcement without my permission to try to distract from Ray Fisher speaking up about the shitty way we were treated on Justice League reshoots.

“Serious stuff went down. It needs to be investigated and people need to be held accountable.”

With this Justice League drama and what’s going on with The Batman, it really seems like DC films just can’t get a break these days.

As sour as Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher’s memories are of their time filming reshoots of Justice League, we’re likely to hear the pair speak more warmly of the film come 2021.

Well, a different version of the film anyway.

Momoa and Fisher are set to (sort of) return as Aquaman and Cyborg respectively for Zack Snyder’s director’s cut of Justice League when it arrives on HBO Max in 2021.

Best get used to a lot of Justice League talk, both good and bad, over the next few months whether you like it or not, folks.

Check out the trailer for Zack Snyder’s version of ‘Justice League’:

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