Jonathan Majors Has Been Dropped by His Manager Amid Domestic Violence Case

Jonathan Majors Has Been Dropped by His Manager Amid Domestic Violence Case

london, england february 16 jonathan majors attends the ant man and the wasp quantumania uk gala screening at bfi imax waterloo on february 16, 2023 in london, england photo by lia tobygetty images

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Jonathan Majors has officially been dropped by his talent management and PR representation in light of his recent arrest following a domestic dispute, according to Deadline.

Majors was poised to have the biggest year of his career in 2023 with major roles in the movies Creed III, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, and Magazine Dreams, the latter which has not yet been released. However, both of his talent managers Entertainment 360 and PR agency The Lede Company have ceased working with Majors as a client. Entertainment 360 reportedly cited Majors’ “personal behavior” as the reason for his departure.

These are not the first companies to distance themselves from the actor in recent weeks. The U.S. Army hit pause on a “Be All You Can Be” recruitment ad campaign that heavily features Majors until there’s a resolution to the legal issues. Meanwhile, after Majors was originally invited to the Met Gala as a guest of fashion house Valentino, it was reportedly “mutually agreed” that he would not attend.

It remains to be seen how this will affect Majors’ ongoing affiliation with Marvel Studios. He was primed to play the central antagonist Kang the Conqueror in a number of movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the next several years, including Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Those films have yet to begin production, although shooting on Season 2 of Loki on Disney+, in which Majors is slated to appear, has wrapped. Men’s Health reached out to Marvel for comment regarding Majors’ future within the MCU, specifically whether or not he’ll reprise his role as Kang, and did not receive a response as of press time.

Majors was arrested on assault and harassment charges in New York City on March 25 following a dispute with a 30-year-old woman who was admitted to the hospital for “minor injuries to her head and neck,” per authorities. The woman appears to have taken full blame for the incident in a series of text messages sent to Majors. Despite his lawyer’s claims that he is “completely innocent,” Majors will appear in front of a judge on May 8 and faces multiple counts of harassment and assault.

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Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.

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