Scarlett has filed a complaint against Disney for her alleged breach of contract. Its reward was based on the number of visitors in movie theaters, but Disney released the movie on the streaming platform at the same time, which led to far fewer viewers to movie theaters.
“There’s a kind of reset happening in the world of cinema,” now admits Bob Chappk at the Goldman Sachs conference. Disney previously indicated that it is not easy to transition into the world of broadcasting, as the consequences of releases on Disney+ are never included in the contracts of actors and actresses. The CEO says that will change soon. “Our current contracts are based on a certain number of conditions, which can no longer necessarily be met today, because the films are being released in a completely different place. We will keep that in mind as we craft new deals with our staff. For now, we are still in the middle, and with the actors And the actresses are trying to find the right way to bridge that head.” He didn’t mention Scarlett or the “Black Widow” or her lawsuit in his speech, but she was clearly the impetus for the change.
The company previously confirmed that no more films will be released simultaneously on Disney+ and in theaters in 2021. All films are shown exclusively in cinemas.
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