Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson, who just celebrated nearly three decades. In the entertainment business believes her Disney lawsuit made a positive impact in the industry and for artists.
During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter ahead of the 35th annual American Cinematheque tribute in her honour on Thursday, the actor spoke about the lawsuit, which the studio and Johansson, 36, settled later.
The tribute saw friends, co-stars, and collaborators like Jon Favreau, Marvel chief Kevin Feige, Jamie Lee Curtis, Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Samuel L Jackson, Jeremy Renner, and others celebrate Johansson’s varied career.
“We are already working with Scarlett on another non-Black Widow. Related top-secret Marvel Studios project with her as a producer,” he said. “…It has truly been a pleasure to work with someone of her caliber. From those epic training sessions preparing for the hallway fight in Iron Man 2. The world press tour in Avengers: Endgame to partnering with you as a producer on Black Widow. Working with you Scarlett has truly been one of the most memorable and rewarding collaborations of my career.”