Joss Whedon is well known for his work on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Joss is finally speaking out about the numerous allegations leveled against him by celebrities. In a recent interview with NY Magazine, Whedon addressed Gal Gadot’s allegations against him.
Whedon sat down with NY Magazine nearly five years after the film’s first release to discuss the problematic production of Justice League. He asserted that he had never worked with “a ruder group of people” and dismissed Gadot’s claims that he threatened to end her career.
Last year, Gal Gadot informed reporters that Whedon “threatened” her saying he would make her “career miserable.” Whedon, on the other hand, asserted that he did not do so.
“I don’t threaten people. Who does that?”
“English is not her first language, and I tend to be annoyingly flowery in my speech?”
He remembered arguing with her about a scene she wanted to cut. He joked that if she wanted to get rid of it, she should tie him to a train track and do it over his body.
“Then I was told that I had said something about her dead body and tying her to the railroad track.”
According to the NY Magazine, Gal Gadot emailed them to refute Whedon’s account of events. She claimed to have a complete understanding of everything.
“I understood perfectly.”
In response to Whedon‘s assertion that he doesn’t threaten people, an Angel actor told NY magazine that that wasn’t true when she knew him. She alleges that after her agent pushed for her to earn a raise, Whedon called her at home and told her she was “never going to work for him, or 20th Century Fox, again.”
“Wow, he’s still using that line,” she wondered as she read Gadot’s statement. Whedon, though, denied this allegation as well.