Jonathan Majors will no longer star in a previously-unannounced film as Otis Redding, as well as the Walter Mosely adaptation, The Man In My Basement.
After it was reported that the Creed III actor’s longtime management company, Entertainment 360, and his PR agency, The Lede Company, has parted ways with him following his domestic violence arrest in March, Deadline reports that Majors has been dropped from several upcoming projects.
The actor is no longer starring in 'The Man in My Basement' or an ad campaign for the Texas Rangers MLB team.
In addition to no longer starring In Protagonist Pictures’ feature adaptation of the Walter Mosley novel and the ad campaign, Majors is no longer being considered for an unannounced Fifth Season’s Otis Redding biopic which, according to Deadline, the Emmy-nominated actor was circling.
Majors was set to star and executive produce 'The Man In My Basement' under his Tall Street Productions banner.
As of this writing, the search for Majors’ replacement in the upcoming film is underway.
As for the Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania actor’s Texas Rangers’ 2023 season ad campaign, the MLB team began looking in a new direction following his arrest.
Additionally, the actor is no longer attending this year’s Met Gala, which he was expected to attend as a guest.
Despite being dropped from upcoming projects, Majors still hasn't officially been removed from his Marvel projects
According to Deadline, Majors remains with the Marvel Cinematic Universe cast as their main villain, Kang the Conqueror.
There is also no word on his reteam with Spike Lee for Amazon Studios’ Da Understudy his role as Dennis Rodman in Lionsgate’s 48 Hours in Vegas.