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Actor Ray Fisher Calls Out WarnerMedia’s ‘Racial Equity’ Tweet After Derek Chauvin Verdict: ‘How F**king Dare You’

“Justice League” actor Ray Fisher blasted WarnerMedia for its tweet promoting “social justice” and “racial equity” in response to Tuesday’s conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Fisher has spent months publically shaming the Hollywood studio over charges of racism and misconduct against the company and its executives.

Ray Fisher, a cast member in "Justice League," poses at the premiere of the film at the Dolby Theatre on Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Harveywood Backlash: Buttman’s ‘Justice League’ Tanks at Box Office

It was bad enough that the sycophantic Hollywood media was pretending that a $110 million opening weekend for Justice League would have been anywhere near acceptable. Unfortunately for all concerned, the cold reality of the Harveywood scandal combined with the loss of faith in DC to tell a worthwhile story delivered even worse news — a horrific opening of just $93 million.

Ben Affleck in Justice League (2017)

Watch: Warner Bros. Unveils First Full ‘Justice League’ Trailer

Warner Bros. unveiled the first full trailer for its DC superhero blockbuster Justice League on Saturday, and the clip features the first look at the whole gang together in action: Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg (Superman is notably absent, but actor Henry Cavill will reportedly appear in the movie).

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