With Scarlett Johansson's time as Avenger seemingly in the back view, the "Black Widow" star has filed a contract extension with Marvel owner Disney, a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court this week. It alleges that the studio violated its agreement with the star when it launched the film on Disney+ in parallel with its cinematic release.
“As Johansson, Disney, Marvel, and most others in xo Hollywood know that. 'Show in theaters' is a release that is only available in theaters.” “Disney is well aware of this promise. But still, it ordered Marvel to breach its promise. And instead of releasing the streaming service Picture on the Disney+ the same day it opens in theaters.”
The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way first-round movies are sent and consumed. At least in the short term, in 2020 Disney and other studios Choose to broadcast movies directly to streaming. Instead of having to suffer constant lag and poor box office numbers. Due to unnecessary restrictions on the cinema business has been closed. They recently set aside the differences when movie theaters reopened by offering same-day streaming.