While probably everyone would agree that the year 2020 brought unexpected challenges for the entire world, it wasn’t just the coronavirus epidemic that made Joss Whedon’s life difficult this year. After HBO Max announced that the director’s version of The League of Truth would debut with them in 2021, Ray Fisher began an essentially one-man campaign against the director-producer, constantly stating that the director was “ treating the crew unconditionally ” on set. While Whedon has denied the charges, Warner has already ordered an independent investigation into the matter. In light of this, it’s no surprise that he left the job of his HBO series, The Nevers, citing exhaustion.
“This year presented unprecedented challenges that completely changed my life and perspective, so while it was a great experience to work at The Nevers, I had to realize how much dedication the further work would take, combined with the physical impact of the pandemic. with more challenges than I can tackle without compromising the quality of the end result, ”he told CinemaBlend. “I am amazingly exhausted so I step back so I can focus my remaining energy on my own life, which is also facing an exciting change. I am very proud of what we have achieved together; I am the incredibly talented actors and grateful to all contributors, as well as HBO, for allowing me to create another weird world. “
While we still have little information about the channel’s debut series scheduled for next summer, it will basically be a drama with sci-fi elements around a team of Victorian women who not only wake up with special abilities, but immediately they stand Also for fierce opponents and a mission that will change the fate of the world.