Justice League director Joss Whedon reportedly clashed with Gal Gadot on the sets of the superhero blockbuster Justice League. Gadot reportedly disagreed with Whedon’s approach to his character, which was different from the one he played in the stand-alone Patty Jenkins-directed film.
Whedon, who faced accusations of lewd behavior and a toxic work environment on the set of his film, was brought into the Justice League after leaving Zac Snyder in the superhero blockbuster Beach due to a family tragedy.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, actor Ray Fisher elaborated on those issues while working with Whedon on the Warner Bros. film.
The publication also reported a “confrontation” between Gadot and Whedon although the director refused to comment on the story.
THR quoted a knowledgeable source as saying that Gadot was unhappy with Whedon’s move to the Justice League and had issues about her “being more aggressive than her character in Wonder Woman.” She wanted the character to flow from one film to another. “
Just five months after the first Wonder Woman, Justice League hit theaters.
The biggest confrontation occurred when Gadot insisted on some new dialogues, which Whaden had written.
In response, the director allegedly “threatened to harm Gadot’s career and disappointed Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.”
In a statement to THR, Gadot said, “I had my issues with (Whedon) and Warner Bros. handled it in a timely manner.”