Scarlett Johansson is hyped for 'The Little Mermaid' and loves Disney World — though she famously sued the studio

  • Scarlett Johansson instructed Selection she’s excited to purchase tickets to Disney’s new “The Little Mermaid” live-action reboot. 
  • The actress famously sued Disney in 2021 over its dealing with of the discharge of “Black Widow.”
  • Johansson loves visiting Disney World, and goes not less than 10 occasions a yr, in keeping with Selection.

Scarlett Johansson says she’s stoked for Disney’s new live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid” and loves visiting Disney World, though she famously sued the studio over Marvel royalies. 

In a brand new interview with Selection, the Oscar-nominated actress gushed about her love for all issues Disney, which began when she lived in Florida for 2 years as a toddler.

“We had annual passes to Disney World, and I’ve an actual ardour for the Disney parks,” Johansson instructed Selection. “Additionally, once I was rising up, it was a good time for Disney animation — ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Lion King’ with the unbelievable soundtrack. Like, I will likely be pre-buying tickets to ‘The Little Mermaid.’” 

Johansson famously sued Disney, one of many largest media conglomerates on the earth, in 2021 over the corporate’s resolution to launch its Marvel flick “Black Widow,” starring Johansson, concurrently in theatres and on streaming.

Johansson’s lawsuit — which was settled just a few months later for an undisclosed quantity estimated to be within the tens of thousands and thousands — argued that skipping an unique theatrical launch violated her contract and value her thousands and thousands in anticipated revenue. 

However, that apparently hasn’t harm her love for Disney. The actress instructed Selection that regardless of the authorized battle, “I’ve had such nice working relationships with so many creatives [at Disney] and proceed to. I consider within the magic of Disney.”

And he or she will get loads of that magic — Johansson nonetheless visits Disney World not less than 10 occasions a yr, in keeping with Selection.