In September, the American actress and the studio reached an agreement in the lawsuit for the simultaneous release of the film ‘Black Widow’ in theaters and Disney +, which, according to Johansson, caused him losses, and they promised to continue working together.

Scarlett Johansson ruled on the lawsuit she filed  last July against Walt Disney Co. for the simultaneous premiere of the movie ‘Black Widow’ (‘Black Widow’ in Spain) in cinemas and on the Disney + subscription service, which, of According to the American actress, it reduced its expected share of the box office.

During the 35th American Cinematheque Awards gala, which was held in November in the Californian city of Beverly Hills, the artist stressed that she believes “that it is important, in general, to know your own value and defend yourself “, especially in the film industry, AP reported Wednesday. 

“I have been working in this sector for a long time, almost 30 years, and since then a lot has changed, and in these 30 years I have felt that ‘My God, if I defend myself, they could put me on the blacklist or never go back to work. ‘”Johansson told reporters,  ” fortunately, that has changed in this huge industry .  

 

“I am happy to have resolved our differences with Disney”

On September 30, Johansson, who played Natasha Romanoff, also known by her alias ‘Black Widow’, in nine films dating back to ‘Iron Man 2’ (2010),  reached a settlement  with Disney over the lawsuit , quickly ending what had begun as the first major conflict between a studio and a star over changes to a movie’s release plans.

In its lawsuit, the celebrity valued  its box office losses at more than  $ 50 million as a result of what it called a violation of the contract between the actress, the film’s producer, Marvel, and the distributor itself.

Although the terms of the agreement were not disclosed, both parties released a joint statement in which they pledged to continue working together. “I am happy to have resolved our differences with Disney,” the artist said at the time.

“I am incredibly proud of the work we have done together over the years and have really enjoyed my creative relationship with the team. I am looking forward to continuing our collaboration, ” she added.

For his part, Alan Bergman, president of Disney Studios Content, said he is “delighted to have been able to reach a mutual agreement.” “We appreciate your contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and look forward to working together on several upcoming projects,” stated Bergman.

‘Black Widow’, which premiered in summer 2021, raised $  218 million  internationally during its debut weekend, including $ 60 million through purchases on Disney +, according to company data.