Jennifer Lawrence returned from temporary retirement from the performance with a congratulation for Scarlett Johansson for the lawsuit against The Walt Disney Studios for the launch of “Black Widow” on cinemas and streaming.
“If two parties understand how a movie is going to be released, and then it turns out that one of the parties disagreed with that, that’s unfair,” Lawrence said, describing the lawsuit as “extremely brave.”
Lawrence recognized the courage of Johansson, who served 37 years between lawsuits and a new project at Marvel, for taking legal action against the media emporium when she was in her final weeks of pregnancy.
Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit
How we reveal you in The Truth News, Scarlett Johansson sued Disney for the release of “Black Widow” in theaters and the streaming platform, Disney Plus, which affected the earnings of the actress.
Johansson’s deal with Disney stipulated that the actress would receive a percentage of the box office proceeds for “Black Widow,” but the streaming premiere would have diminished the net income of the film.
Johansson, who has given life to Natasha romanoff at Marvel Cinematic Universe For a decade, it had not received revenue from the streaming launch. An agreement between Anbos has ended the lawsuit.
Jennifer Lawrence returns to acting
Jennifer Lawrence revealed why she walked away from acting, which was due to a period of strong criticism and the feeling that she couldn’t do anything right in the industry as a result.
After almost two years of absence, Jennifer Lawrence returns to acting hand in hand with Leonardo Dicaprio on “Don’t Look Up” which will be released in theaters on December 10.
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