Scarlett Johansson’s Lawyer Slams Disney After Firm Seeks to Push Lawsuit to Personal Arbitration – E! On-line



UPDATE: Scarlett Johansson and Disney are placing their Black Widow drama behind them. 

After the actress sued The Walt Disney Firm this summer time for alleged breach of contract over her pay for the Marvel motion movie, the 2 events have resolved their dispute, E! Information has realized. 

In a press release launched to E! Information, Scarlett stated she is “happy with the work” she’s finished with Disney and appears ahead to working with the corporate once more.

“I’m joyful to have resolved our variations with Disney,” the star stated. “I am extremely happy with the work we have finished collectively over time and have vastly loved my inventive relationship with the group. I sit up for persevering with our collaboration in years to come back.”

Scarlett has performed Black Widow in 9 movies, together with the stand-alone venture that was launched theatrically and on Disney+ in July. Moreover, media retailers reported in June that she was connected to star in an upcoming Disney movie based mostly on the in style theme park experience Terror of Tower

“I am very happy that we now have been in a position to come to a mutual settlement with Scarlett Johansson concerning Black Widow,” added Disney Studios Content material chairman Alan Bergman in a press release. “We recognize her contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and sit up for working collectively on a variety of upcoming initiatives, together with Disney’s Tower of Terror.”  


The Walt Disney Company desires Scarlett Johansson‘s Black Widow compensation lawsuit to be dealt with privately. However in accordance with the actress’ lawyer, she’s not having it.

In July, the 36-year-old star sued the corporation for alleged breach of contract over her pay for the Marvel film, which was launched in theaters and supplied as a premier buy on its streaming service Disney+ on the identical time. She argued that her contract assured unique theatrical launch and that the hybrid launch led to a discount in her compensation. Disney, who has stated her lawsuit has “no benefit in any way,” filed a movement on Friday, Aug. 20, to compel Johansson into a non-public arbitration over the matter.

“After initially responding to this litigation with a misogynistic assault in opposition to Scarlett Johansson, Disney is now, predictably, attempting to cover its misconduct in a confidential arbitration,” the actress’ lawyer, John Berlinski, instructed E! Information in a press release on Saturday, Aug. 21.




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