Marvel Studios has officially parted ways with Jonathan Majors, the actor who played Kang in the Multiverse saga

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Majors was found guilty of two misdemeanor counts related to the assault of his ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari.

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However, he was acquitted of one count of intentional assault and one count of aggravated harassment.

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The charges stemmed from an altercation on March 25, where Majors was accused of assaulting Jabbari in a private car

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The Manhattan District Attorney's Office presented disturbing texts and an audio recording during the nearly two-week trial as evidence

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Majors has faced professional fallout, being dropped by his talent manager, Entertainment 360, and his publicity firm, the Lede Company. 

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Marvel's decision to part ways with Majors is the most significant consequence, considering his pivotal role as Kang in the Multiverse Saga

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Majors, once in high demand, suffered a downturn in his career as projects including "The Man in My Basement" and an advertising campaign were put on hold.

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Marvel executives, led by studio chief Kevin Feige, are now faced with formidable creative decisions, 

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including whether to recast Kang or reconfigure the Multiverse Saga following Majors' departure 

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Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," part of the Multiverse Saga, was originally set to start shooting in early 2024. 

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The interconnected nature of the Marvel Cinematic Universe means that decisions made by Marvel could have expensive repercussions for Disney at a time

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