Jonathan Major's hits keep coming, as his upcoming film just received some bad news following his conviction.

At this time last year, Jonathan Majors was on the verge of becoming one of Hollywood's biggest stars, having received broad critical acclaim and joining a couple major series. 

 Majors' career has taken a turn for the worse since he was found guilty of reckless assault and harassment in December. 

 Following the verdict, Marvel Studios severed connections with him, and he will no longer play Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

 Following that, it was rumored a few days ago that the actor had been dropped from the upcoming Dennis Rodman movie. 

 Today, Majors' blockbuster title from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Magazine Dreams, lost its distributor.

Following its festival debut last January, Magazine Dreams was bought up for distribution by Searchlight Pictures, with the film planned to be released in early December.

 The movie was taken off the release calendar in October due to Majors' legal difficulties, and The Hollywood Reporter is now reporting that Walt Disney Studios' indie arm has "quietly returned rights to the filmmakers.

 According to the trade, the idea is not to shelve the film, but rather to market it to other potential buyers.

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