Avengers 5 to be “Scrapped” if Jonathan Majors Is Found Guilty

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By Scarlet Witch

The Marvel office stands in a state of tumult, an unsettling tempest brewing within its walls. The recent wave of the SAG-AFTRA Strike has only added to the mounting pressure. The studio finds itself grappling with a myriad of predicaments, exacerbating the already precarious situation. Among these tribulations are the disgruntlement of audiences towards recent Marvel Cinematic Universe films, the weighty burden of delivering captivating content for Disney+ shows, a decline in the studio’s overall Box Office influence, and the vexing presence of Jonathan Majors, whose controversies have proven to be a thorny thorn in their side. Alas, it appears that rock bottom is fast approaching as disconcerting tidings arrive regarding Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, colloquially known as Avengers 5.

What Happened with Jonathan Majors?

For those who are not aware of the fact that Jonathan Majors is currently facing a legal case with charges of domestic violence. Kevin Feige, the esteemed president of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), boldly altered the trajectory of this expansive universe upon recognizing the immense potential embodied by Kang The Conqueror, brought to life by the talented Jonathan Majors. Following the demise of Thanos, the MCU pivoted towards a captivating narrative centered around vanquishing a formidable time-traveling antagonist. Majors’ compelling portrayal of Kang was first unveiled in the inaugural season of Loki, setting the stage for his commanding presence in the forthcoming Ant-Man And The Lost Quantumania.