Jonathan Majors is no longer represented by management firm Entertainment 360, with the move coming as the actor faces criminal charges in New York, sources confirm The Hollywood Reporter.
PR agency The Lede Company also stepped aside last month and no longer mentions him, sources say THR.
Majors was arrested in New York on March 26 on suspicion of strangulation, assault and harassment, after a woman suffered minor injuries in what police described as a domestic dispute. Majors was charged with two counts of third-degree assault, second-degree aggravated harassment, attempted third-degree assault, and second-degree harassment.
Majors, through an attorney, has denied wrongdoing.
“Jonathan Majors is completely innocent and is arguably the victim of an altercation with a woman he knows,” the actor’s criminal defense attorney, Priya Chaudhry, said. The Hollywood Reporter in a statement at the time. “We are rapidly gathering and presenting evidence to the District Attorney in the expectation that all charges will soon be dropped.”
However, those costs have not disappeared.
Majors, one of Hollywood’s top emerging actors, has landed a role in season two of Marvel Studios’ Loki as villainous Kang the Conqueror, where he was reported to appear in about half of the episodes. The series is expected to return later this year. Kang will be a big part of Marvel’s future plans, with him as the title character in Avengers: The Kang Dynastywhich is dated May 2, 2025. The actor recently stared in Creed III And Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. He also has the Sundance drama Magazine Dreams set to open in the December 8 awards season friendly date of Searchlight, which acquired the project before Majors’ arrest.
Majors will continue to be represented by WME. deadline was the first to report the news that Entertainment 360 had dropped the actor.
—Borys Kit contributed to this report.