Johansson previously claimed that her contract guaranteed a special theatrical release for the Marvel film.
Disney and Scarlett Johansson The lawsuit over the movie “Black Widow” has been settled.
The Oscar-nominated actress, 36, sued Mouse House in July over the release of the film, which saw a one-day release in theaters and on Disney+ for an additional fee.
In the original lawsuit, Johansson claimed that her contract guaranteed an exclusively theatrical release for Miracle Flick and stated that the dual release model was a breach of contract, claiming that they sacrificed box office ability to create Disney+ subscriptions.
Looks like bad blood is behind them now.
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“I am pleased to have resolved my differences with Disney,” the actress said in a statement obtained by Granthshala Business. “I’ve been incredibly proud of the work we’ve done together over the years and have greatly enjoyed my creative relationship with the team. I look forward to continuing our collaboration for years to come.”
Disney Studios chairman Alan Bergman also made a statement.
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“I am very pleased that we have been able to reach a mutual settlement with Scarlett Johansson regarding ‘Black Widow’,” she said. “We appreciate their contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and look forward to working together on many upcoming projects, including Disney’s ‘Tower of Terror’.”
Johansson and the studio announced “Tower of TerrorStar filed its lawsuit not long before the collaboration, leaving the question of whether the film would still be based on the Disney theme park ride.
The terms of the settlement are unclear. Granthshala Business has reached out to a representative for Disney and Johansson for further comment.
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When Johansson filed suit, Disney fired back with a rare public statement, calling her actions “tragic and worrying in their harsh disregard for the horrific and prolonged global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
He also clarified that Johansson made $20 million for the film.
Brian Lourd, co-president of the Creative Artists Agency, responded, claiming that Disney “shamelessly and falsely accused Ms Johansson of being insensitive to the global COVID pandemic, to make her appear as someone she and I knew.” is that he isn’t.”
Disney used the same-day-and-date release model for other films such as “Cruella” and “Jungle Cruise”, and after Johansson filed her suit, it was reported that other stars in such films were weighing in. Whether to do this or not. No such case has come to the fore so far.