Scarlett Johansson’s swimsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, argued that the twin launch technique of ‘Black Widow’ had diminished her compensation.
Walt Disney stated in a court docket submitting on Friday that it has garnered $125 million in online revenue from the Marvel superhero movie “Black Widow”, three weeks after getting sued by its star Scarlett Johansson.
The actress final month sued Disney alleging that the corporate breached her contract when it provided the film on streaming at a similar time it performed in theaters.
The leisure firm, in the submitting, has countered Johansson’s request for a civil trial in Los Angeles by asking for the swimsuit to be despatched to arbitration in New York.
Johansson’s swimsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, argued that the twin launch technique of ‘Black Widow’ had diminished her compensation.
Disney had stated there was “no merit” to the lawsuit, including that the online release of the movie “considerably enhanced her (Johansson’s) capability to earn further compensation on top of the $ 20 million she has acquired to this point.”
The final result of the swimsuit might have wider ramifications in the leisure trade as media corporations attempt to construct their streaming providers by providing premium programming to draw subscribers.