Published: Tue, September 15, 2020

Junkie XL previews his main theme for Zack Snyder's Justice League

Junkie XL previews his main theme for Zack Snyder's Justice League

Just days after sharing a #IStandWithRayFisher Instagram post, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa is taking his support to the next level. Both Fisher's comments and the announcement were made on 1 July.

Investigation: "THIS S**T HAS TO STOP AND NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT, ' Momoa began".

Additionally, Momoa threw shade at the announcement of his leading role in Geoff Johns and Jon Berg's live-action Frost the Snowman.

Captioning a photo of he and Fisher, he wrote that "serious stuff went down" when the Justice League reshoots under the direction of Joss Whedon took place, following Zack Snyder stepping down in May 2017.

'If you still think Jason playing Frosty was EVER a real thing-please wake up! Momoa seems particularly incensed that Warner Media released an announcement about his involvement with its in-production Frosty the Snowman project on the same day Fisher denounced the Justice League investigation as a sham, believing it to be a distracting tactic created to draw eyes away from Fisher's claims.

Jason Momoa is standing by his co-star Ray Fisher in demanding a proper investigation into the reshoots of the 2017 comic book tentpole "Justice League". "It needs to be investigated and people need to be held accountable", Momoa wrote. He was set to score Justice League and has said that his soundtrack was completed before WB replaced Snyder with Joss Whedon.

Issues look markedly totally different now with Cavill and Affleck formally again on board, and the latter is about to lend help to Miller's Barry Allen in The Flash, whereas Fisher remains to be in negotiations to hitch the forged regardless of his personal high-profile battles towards Warner Bros.

He then added, "Others (including an implicated individual that called me to apologize) have already been interviewed". All with stories WILL be heard!

The Independent has contacted Warner Bros and Whedon's representatives for comment. The rest of the Justice League cast are yet to publicly comment, but frankly, Fisher and Momoa are speaking loudly enough for them all right now.

Fans have been lobbying for the "Snyder Cut" of the film, which removes all of the footage Whedon shot, which will be released next year on WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming service.

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