The Jonathan Majors Hits Keep Coming, As His Upcoming Movie Just Got Some Bad News Following His Conviction

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At this time last year, Jonathan Majors was on the precipice of becoming one of the biggest actors in Hollywood – having earned widespread critical acclaim and joined a few major franchises. Since being convicted of reckless assault and harassment this past December, however, Majors’ career has spiraled. Immediately after the verdict, Marvel Studios cut ties with him, and he will no longer play Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following that up, it was reported a few days ago that the actor has apparently been dropped from the Dennis Rodman biopic that is in the works. Today, word has arrived that Majors’ big title from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Magazine Dreams, has lost its distributor.

Following its festival premiere last January, Magazine Dreams was picked up for distribution by Searchlight Pictures, and there was a plan in place to have the film be released in early December (setting the title up as a contender during awards season). The movie was taken off the release calendar in October amid Majors’ legal issues, and The Hollywood Reporter is now saying that the indie arm of Walt Disney Studios has “quietly returned rights of the movie to the filmmakers.” The trade says that the plan isn’t to shelve the movie, but instead to shop it to other potential buyers.

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