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Inside Scarlett Johansson's Lawsuit Against Disney: Everything You Need to Know

by Legal PDFMay 22nd, 2024
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Scarlett Johansson's legal action accuses Disney of contract breaches due to simultaneous "Black Widow" release on Disney+ and theaters, igniting a high-profile dispute over promised terms and financial repercussions.
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Case Number: 260209-JTI161825

Plaintiffs: Periwinkle Entertainment, Inc.

Defendant: The Walt Disney Company

Filing Date: [redacted]

Location: Superior Court for the State of California County of Los Angeles

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION

II. JURISDICTION AND VENUE

III. PARTIES

IV. FACTUAL BACKGROUND

A. Ms. Johansson is Cast in the Role of Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow

B. The Agreement

C. Disney Announces the Launch of Streaming Platform Disney+, Leading Marvel to Further Clarify Its Promises to Ms. Johansson

D. In Blatant Breach of Marvel’s Promises to Ms. Johansson, Disney Gives the Picture a Day-and-Date Release on Disney+

E. Marvel’s Breach is the Direct Result of Disney’s Tortious Interference

FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION: Intentional Interference with Contractual Relations

SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION: Inducing Breach of Contract

PRAYER FOR RELIEF

DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL




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