Why would morals and virtue even come into it? It's a business deal. I work in the arts and every female-centric group/chat I'm in supports her 100%, not because 'she's the right sort of person' but because she has a right to mount a legal challenge without being subjected to an unprofessional personal attack by a leading studio exec.People seem to be mindlessly jumping on the 'evil Disney' bandwagon and backing Scarlett. Yes, Disney is a highly questionable corporation but Scarlett Johansson is also far from a beacon of moral virtue. The one thing Disney and Scarlett have in common is their cut-throat attitude aimed towards earning as much money as possible. Let's not forget Scarlett Johansson chose to support Israeli Apartheid over Oxfam, has said she deserves to play any race she wants to, stood up for Woody Allen (bizarrely whilst also supporting the Women's March). I'm not rooting for her, at all.