Disney CEO Bob Chapek addressed talent compensation issues during the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference, following Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit over the streaming release of Black Widow. Chapek acknowledged the changing world and stated that future talent deals will reflect these changes. He highlighted the challenges of existing contracts made before the pandemic, which didn't anticipate the shift in consumer behavior favoring streaming. Chapek emphasized the importance of talent and reiterated the company's commitment to fair compensation as per agreed contracts. Johansson's lawsuit claimed breach of contract, while Disney defended its actions and highlighted additional compensation opportunities for the actress.