Jose Wedon abandons new TV project ‘The Never’ following Justice League drama

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The former Marvel filmmaker abandoned his television project during the ‘Justice League’ drama, accusing Ray Fisher of ‘abusive’ and ‘professional’ behavior.

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Jose Weden Plans to return to TV after leaving his new science fiction show “The Never“.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer“Within a decade, HBO had taken control of the play and the creator was at the helm of his first series, but the bosses of the US TV network announced that they would not be writing, directing, producing or working as a showrunner as he had planned.

HBO executives told a Hollywood reporter on Wednesday (November 25, 20) that “we parted ways with Jose Wedon. We are excited about Never’s future and look forward to its premiere in the summer of 2021.”

In his own statement, “HatredThe director said he was leaving the show to focus on the exciting change in his personal life.

“This year of unprecedented challenges has impacted my life and outlook in a way I could never have imagined, and developing and building Neverus is a joyous experience and I realize the level of commitment that needs to move forward. Doing such a big show during a global pandemic is more than I can handle without starting work, ”he said.

“I’m sincerely tired. I’m going back to the war of my life.

In July 2018, after a battle called for an auction, the show took off without the need for a pilot and was ready to star Laura Donnelly, Bolivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Ann Scully, Ben Chaplin, Pip Torrance, Zachary Momo, Nick Frost, Rochelle Neil, And Eleanor Tomlinson.

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Neverzuez is an epic sci-fi drama about a group of Victorian women who find themselves with extraordinary abilities, constant enemies and a mission that can change the world.

“It simply came to our notice then.Justice League“The actor Ray Fisher He was accused of “abusive” and unprofessional behavior on the set of the film, prompting an investigation into Warner Bros., which is part of Warner Media, like HBO.

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