“Ultimately we believe that our talent is our most important asset”
Disney CEO Bob Chapek has spoken out in defense of the studio in light of the ongoing lawsuit with Scarlett Johansson.
NS Kali Mai The actor sued Disney over the film’s day-to-day release strategy, claiming it was a breach of its contract.
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The Marvel star’s agent claimed that if the film had been released exclusively in theatres, it would have received a higher percentage score at the box office.
Chapek was asked about talent payouts as distribution models continue to change – including day-to-day strategies such as Kali Mai.
“Disney has a long history of doing very symbiotic and cooperative deals with talent and we will continue to do so,” he said without naming, according to time limit.
“Of course the world is changing, and the talent deals going forward have to reflect the fact that the world is changing,” he adds.
“We are in a time where movies were conceived under an understanding of what the world would be like, because clearly it hadn’t changed much.”
He continued: “We have this kind of middle position right now, where we’re trying to do right by talent, I think talent is trying to do right by us, and we’re just trying to bridge our way. Looking for interval.
“Ultimately we believe that our talent is our most important asset, and we will continue to believe in it, and as we always have, we will compensate them fairly according to the terms of the contract they have agreed with us. did.”
in a four star review of Kali Maihandjob Granthshala Said: “Johansson’s swansong cycles through futuristic science-fiction, friend comedy, escape adventure and tearful drama. It’s not beating Nazis for Beelzebub, but it’s still a lot of fun.”