Disney Settles With Marvel’s Victoria Alonso

Marvel Studios President, Physical and Postproduction, VFX and Animation Production no more.

Marvel Studios President, Physical and Postproduction, VFX and Animation Production no more.

Disney Settles With Marvel's Victoria Alonso

Disney fired Victoria Alonso from Marvel quite abruptly and now, as expected, it’s learned the company has settled with the former MCU executive.

The details according to Deadline include that while the settlement is confidential between Alonso and Disney, it’s said there was a multi-million financial compensation, and that the deal between the two was reached in the past few days. 

Reports have offered why Disney fired Victoria Alonso including her working on outside projects which caused big delays at Marvel, to causing major problems with VFX studios and artists, and even that she clashed with Kevin Feige. It’s been said that recently at the Oscars that Alonso chose to walk down the press line for her Argentina, 1985 movie instead of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, then days later, she was fired.

We can also add that Kevin Feige’s Phase 4 and start of Phase 5 have been a complete disaster as have the Marvel shows on Disney Plus, not only with very poor VFX, which is Victoria Alonso’s department but also the woke content which has destroyed the MCU. Alonso is the Marvel exec and producer who said X-Men is outdated simply because the term contains the word men, so that type of thinking acts like an infection, spreads, and contaminates and kills everything in its path.

Victoria Alonso Clashed With Kevige Feige, Disney Afraid Of Woke Backlash

Victoria Alonso the LGBTQ+ hero

Also just as I told you, Victoria Alonso would be spinning herself as the LGBTQ+ hero that dared to challenge the big bad Disney, which is exactly what her lawyers do in a quote at Deadline:

“The idea that Victoria was fired over a handful of press interviews relating to a personal passion project about human rights and democracy that was nominated for an Oscar and which she got Disney’s blessing to work on is absolutely ridiculous. Victoria, a gay Latina who had the courage to criticize Disney, was silenced. Then she was terminated when she refused to do something she believed was reprehensible. Disney and Marvel made a really poor decision that will have serious consequences. There is a lot more to this story and Victoria will be telling it shortly—in one forum or another.”

Victoria Alonso blasted former Disney CEO Bob Chapek over Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay Bill,” and as Alonso is a gay Latina and female, we see they’re trying to get people to sympathize with her plight but I don’t think it worked, hence the settlement, as VFX works have gone so far to say she’s a nightmare to work with.

Disney shot back said in a statement on March 24 to similar claims:

“It’s unfortunate that Victoria is sharing a narrative that leaves out several key factors concerning her departure, including an indisputable breach of contract and a direct violation of company policy. We will continue to wish her the best for the future and thank her for her numerous contributions to the studio.”

(source: Deadline)

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