Scarlett Johansson and Disney Announce New Project

As a result of an “amicable” settlement, Scarlett Johansson will be working with Disney again on a new film.

A lawsuit was launched by the ‘Black Widow’ actress in July, alleging that Disney+’s simultaneous distribution of the Marvel film and its theatrical release breached the terms of their contract and had a detrimental effect on her pay. She claimed she lost $50 million in wages as a result.

In any case, he’s signed a contract with Disney and intends to stay for “years to come,” according to the 36-year-old.

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‘I am pleased to have addressed our issues with Disney,’ Scarlett stated in a statement. It has been an honor to work with the team for so many years. I’m very pleased with the results we’ve achieved together. I hope we can work together again in the future.”

The ‘Avengers: Endgame’ cast and crew will also produce and appear in Disney’s ‘Tower of Terror’ film, which is based on the Disneyland attraction of the same name.

A consensual agreement with Scarlett Johansson on the ‘Black Widow’ role has been reached, according to Disney Studios chairman Alan Bergman. For this, we are grateful and look forward to working with her on many future projects including Disney’s “Tower of Terror” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”

Scarlett stated in her initial petition that her ‘Black Widow’ pay was linked to the success of the film’s box revenue.

Scarlett’s complaint had “no validity,” according to Disney, who subsequently retaliated by insisting they would make up for the lost income.

This filing has absolutely no validity,” they said at the time. The lawsuit’s callous disdain for the terrible and long-lasting worldwide consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic is particularly tragic and disturbing.

To put it another way, the release of “Black Widow” on Disney Plus with Premier Access has increased Ms. Johansson’s earning potential over and beyond the $20 million she has already earned from the studio, as per the terms of her deal with Disney.

The opening weekend box office revenue for ‘Black Widow’ was $80 million in the United States, with an additional $78 million coming from foreign markets and $60 million from in-home streaming sales.

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