Scarlett Johansson and Disney have settled a lawsuit in which the actress alleged that Disney violated their contract with her by releasing. Kali Mai on its streaming service despite promising a special “widespread theatrical release”.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but sources said time limit Compensation exceeded $40 million.
In a statement, Johansson said Hollywood Reporter that she was “delighted” that the “difference with Disney” had been resolved and looked “to continue our collaboration in the years to come”.
johansson Allegedly Asked Disney for $80 million in addition to his $20 million salary.
The agreement was first reported by Hollywood Reporter.
Businesshala has reached out to Disney for comment.
Johansson filed suit against Disney in July, claiming that the company diverted viewers from movie theaters to its streaming service, causing damage to their pay, which was partly based on theater ticket sales. Disney said the actress has already earned $20 million for her role in the film and could receive more money from the film’s release on Disney+. The lawsuit highlighted discontent in the film industry as studios moved to premiere films on streaming services as the pandemic closed cinemas. Black Widow has earned $379 million To date at the worldwide box office. Disney also stated that the film garnered $60 million through Disney+’s Premier Access paywall.
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