Johansson filed a lawsuit against Disney for breach of contract in July after "Black Widow" was released on Disney+ and in theaters at the same time.
"Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" debuted exclusively in theaters, while "Black Widow" and "Jungle Cruise" were also available on Disney+.
Johansson is suing Disney over the online release of "Black Widow," which she says breaches the contract she had with the entertainment giant.
Disney filed a late-night motion on Friday to move the ongoing feud behind closed doors and further deny Scarlett Johansson's claims.
The "Black Widow" star in July accused the company of bilking her out of potential pay since her compensation is largely tied to box office revenue.
From Robert Downey Jr. to Chris Evans, actors in the MCU have to wait years before getting big paychecks. "Black Widow" was to be Johansson's turn.
The "Black Widow" star's lawsuit is one of the first sticky situations bred out of a pandemic-era decision to release movies in theaters and online.
Johansson sued Disney on Thursday, claiming the release of Marvel's "Black Widow" on Disney's streaming service violated her contract.
The star argues Disney violated her contract by releasing "Black Widow" online, costing her $50 million, sources told The Wall Street Journal.
Earlier this month, Dorff told The Independent that he was "embarrassed" for Scarlett Johansson for appearing in "Black Widow."
Scarlett Johansson said Black Widow was treated like an object early in the MCU. Insider rounded up every time Natasha Romanoff was over-sexualized.
Harbour told Insider how the classic Don McLean song became the connection between Red Guardian and Yelena Belova.
Personal trainer Eric Johnson shares how he helped Scarlett Johansson get into shape to play Black Widow.
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Harbour chats with Insider about joining the MCU and how his suggestion of using a classic rock song led to one of the movie's most touching moments.
In "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Johansson said that her character was initially written to arrive in tennis whites and a blond wig.
Natasha finally tells Marvel fans "what happened in Budapest." The answer deals with how Nat became an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.