After the public confrontation between Scarlett Joahanson and Disney over certain economic and commercial rights for the movie Black Widow, the two parties finally reached an agreement. In statements made to The Hollywood Reporter, Scarlett stated the following. “I am incredibly proud of the work we have done together over the years and have thoroughly enjoyed my creative relationship with your team.” For his part, the president of Disney Studios, Alan Bergman, showed satisfaction with the resolution of the confrontation that became very media and highlighted “the contribution” of the actress for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to achieve so much success in recent years. “We appreciate your contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and look forward to working together on a number of future projects, including Disney’s Tower of Terror.” It is worth clarifying that Black Widow (directed by Cate Shortland) was the first Marvel film released after the months of extreme quarantine, in which the actress manages to have her personal film about her star character, Natasha Romanov, along with actress Florence Pugh . For its part, Disney stressed that thanks to the projection of the film on the platform via streaming, another 60 million dollars were added, as they did not see this claim by Johansson favorably because they understood that it could be extended to other star actors since for now there are many Gaps in the world of streaming regarding contracts and use of the images of these mega celebrities.