Scarlett Johansson Thursday documented a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against The Walt Disney Co. claiming the company cost her $50 million.
As per the media, Johansson said her agreement was penetrated when Disney delivered Marvel’s “Black Widow” on the Disney+ streaming service simultaneously the film was in theaters.
She said her agreement ensured an elite delivery in theaters and her compensation depended on the film’s performance at the box office.
During its initial end of the week, “Black Widow” netted $80 million at the homegrown box office, $78 million abroad and $60 million from $30 at-home purchases on Disney+, media said.
Disney reacted to the lawsuit in a proclamation saying to some degree, “There is no legitimacy at all to this recording. The lawsuit is particularly miserable and distressing in its unfeeling dismissal for the awful and delayed global effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.”