Jonathan Majors reportedly dropped by management and PR firms, cut from projects

Written by on April 19, 2023

(LA Times) – Jonathan Majors’ management and public relations firms, several film projects and an advertisement campaign reportedly have dropped the actor amid his ongoing criminal case in New York.

The rising star of “Lovecraft Country” and “Creed III” was a longtime client of talent management company Entertainment 360 and PR firm the Lede Company before being dropped in recent days, according to Deadline, which cited sources close to the matter on Tuesday.

Entertainment 360 declined to comment when contacted by The Times; the Lede Company did not respond Tuesday to a request for comment.

Also on Tuesday, Deadline reported that Majors had been released from a number of projects, including a feature film adaptation of Walter Mosley’s novel “The Man in My Basement,” an unannounced Otis Redding biopic and an ad campaign for Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers. Majors grew up in Dallas, a 30-minute drive from the Arlington-based Rangers

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