“That was a scene he really felt the need to be in the film”
Kali Mai Director Kate Shortland has revealed a scene that Marvel boss Kevin Feige struggled to keep in the film.
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talking to Empire, Shortland said that the dinner scene — in which all four family members return to their roles depicting their relationships — was one Feige wanted to put in the final cut of the film.
Shortland told the publication: “He doesn’t give you many instructions, he’s very independent. But that was a scene he really felt needed to be in the film, and Scarlett [Johansson] And I kept fighting with him over it, and saying, How’s that going to work?
She continued: “But it turned out to be a very lively thing. You’ve got this bunch of people together who are still desperately trying to stick to their roles in Ohio, because that’s all they know.” That’s all they have. And that’s beautiful to me.”
Recently, Star of Kali Mai, Scarlett Johansson has settled her legal dispute with Disney over the film’s release strategy.
Following the company’s decision to release, Johansson announced a lawsuit on 29 July. Kali Mai It hit theaters on its streaming service Disney+ at the same time.
He claimed that the move had a huge impact on ticket sales. avengers By-product. Lawyers representing Johansson alleged that the decision to release the film simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ represented a breach of contract.
Last week (October 1) it was confirmed that a deal has been struck between the actor and the studio. Details of the deal have not been disclosed.
“I am very glad that we have been able to come to a mutual agreement with Scarlett Johansson” Kali MaiDisney Studios boss Alan Bergman said in a statement. They continued: “We appreciate their contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and look forward to working together on many upcoming projects, including those of Disney. Tower of Terror“
Johansson also released a statement about the decision. “I have taken incredibly pride in the work we have done together over the years and have greatly enjoyed my creative relationship with the team,” she said.
Granthshala four star review of Kali Mai said: “Come on, another quasi-spacecraft attack? – until the apocalyptic and slightly predictable ending? – Johansson’s swansong cycles through futuristic science-fiction, buddy comedy, escape adventure, and tearful drama. It follows Beelzebub’s”. Not beating Nazis for it, but it’s still a lot of fun.”