Elizabeth Olsen has spoken in support of her Marvel co-star Scarlett Johansson in her lawsuit against Disney. Last month, it was reported that Johansson will sue Disney. The actress claims in her lawsuit that the simultaneous release of Black Widow on Disney Plus and in cinemas violated her contract. Meanwhile, Disney’s lawyers have called the lawsuit a “PR campaign.”
However, Olsen, who was nominated for an Emmy for her role in Marvel’s debut TV series WandaVision, has subsequently expressed her support for Johansson in her legal battle with the company. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the actress said when asked about the trial: “I think she’s so tough and literally when I read [about the lawsuit] I was like, ‘Good for you Scarlett.’ The 32-year-old continued: “When it comes to actors and their earnings, I mean it’s just … it’s just all contracts. So it’s either in the contract or it’s not. ”
Olsen went on to say that she is “concerned that small films have a chance to be seen in cinemas.” I like going to the cinema and I do not necessarily want to see only an Oscar nominee or a blockbuster. I want to see art films and art house theater, ”she said according to Just Jared.
In the meantime, Scarlett has recently welcomed his first baby with Colin Jost according to Johansson’s rep. Marcel Pariseau. Later, Colin took to his instagram account and posted a short statement announcing the name of their newborn son, Cosmo. However, Johansson is also the mother of Rose, who will be seven years old this autumn.
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