Scarlett Johansson and Disney have settled their dispute over the actress’ pay. The parties have reached an amicable settlement, which means that there will be no lawsuit.
American actress has Complaint against the entertainment company Because Disney made a superhero movie Black Widow Not only in cinemas, but at the same time on the Disney + streaming service. According to Johansson, she missed the income because her pay was calculated based on ticket sales.
“I’m glad we resolved our disagreement,” Scarlett Johansson said in a joint press release. “I am proud of the work we have done in recent years, and I look forward to more collaborations in the years to come.”
In the film, Johansson plays KGB superhero Natasha Romanoff – codename: Black Widow – who wears black spandex, and fends off a dark conspiracy.
Running is more important
Disney was I reacted with a heavy form for dcomplaint. “A sad, alarming and callous disregard for the horrific and long-lasting global effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.” Now the tone is more moderate. “I’m glad we were able to come to an agreement,” said Disney President Alan Bergman. “We appreciate Scarlett’s contribution and look forward to a fruitful collaboration on future projects.”
The feud between Johansson and Disney is a symptom of a long-running conflict between actors and film studios as broadcasting becomes more important as a distribution channel.
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