Scarlett Johansson is producing a secret Marvel mission.
The ‘Sad Widow’ star, 37, just no longer too prolonged ago settled her upright dispute with Disney over the commencement of Marvel’s ‘Sad Widow’ after she filed papers in July to sue them for an alleged $50 million in misplaced earnings, as she claimed their resolution to commence the movie on Disney+ similtaneously its theatrical commenced violated the phrases of their contract and negatively impacted on her salary.
But Marvel Cinematic Universe boss Kevin Feige has teased that besides an adaptation of the theme park scuttle ‘Tower of Apprehension – which she is producing and touted to star in – they’re working together again on something fully varied.
In accordance with Empire, he said: “We are already working with Scarlett on one more no longer ‘Sad Widow’-linked high-secret Marvel Studios mission.”
Scarlett just no longer too long ago reflected on her lawsuit and believes it has had a “positive influence” on Hollywood.
The ‘Los t in Translation’ star said: “I feel largely very lucky that no-one would perhaps perhaps hang to undergo what I went by and that it be made, I mediate, a positive influence within the change and hopefully for artists and creatives’ lives and livelihood.
“I in fact hang had just some of the most inviting times of my career working for both of those studios. I feel in fact angry that I rating to continue my work with Disney and with my Marvel family.
“ already within the thick of it on some other projects that we’re engaged on. I rating to continue to dream over there.”
Scarlett was once confirmed to hang settled her lawsuit in October, and although the phrases of her settlement with Disney hang no longer, the actress vowed to continue working with the company for “future years”.
She said in an announcement: “I am contented to hang resolved our differences with Disney. I’m incredibly content with the work we’ve done together over the years and hang an excellent deal enjoyed my inventive relationship with the personnel. I watch for continuing our collaboration in future years.”