Jonathan Majors may not have a role in future Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films.
During a recent episode of House of R, MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios author Joanna Robinson said Jeff Loveness, who wrote Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania featuring Majors as Kang The Conqueror, was no longer working for Marvel. Robinson later explained that “he was all wrapped up in this Kang storyline and they are likely going to be moving away from that.”
“I heard from someone recently…the screenwriter Jeff Loveness, who wrote Quantumania, was supposed to write The Kang Dynasty…anyway, it’s confirmed. I had it confirmed to me he’s no longer working for Marvel,” Robinson said.
“I asked the person why, and they said the reason why is he was all wrapped up in this Kang storyline and they are likely going to be moving away from that.”
Robinson’s comments emerge as Majors heads to trial in New York. The actor is currently charged with several misdemeanor counts of harassment and assault, including three counts of reckless assault and three counts of unintentional assault. If convicted, he could spend up to a year in jail.
Majors has reportedly been dropped by his talent management agency, Entertainment 360, and the release of his latest film, Magazine Dreams, remains unclear. At this time, Majors nor Marvel has commented publicly about his future as Kang The Conqueror in the MCU.