Jonathan Majorswho currently plays Kang in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is facing legal issues but remains a major presence in the franchise.
The director and set designer of the second season of Loki, Kasra Farahanicommented on the collaboration with Majors and the accusations against him.
According to Farahani, Majors is a talented actor and there was no behind-the-scenes drama at the tapings.
Working with Jonathan Majors
Kasra Farahani commented in an interview with Variety that the actor is exceptionally talented and brought a unique energy to the set.
Despite the allegations and legal issues Majors is facing off-set, Farahani stressed that there was no impact on the filming of Loki.
“It was a surprise, for sure. But I don’t know anything about it other than to say that, honestly, we had a great experience on set.
He highlighted the chemistry between the majors, Tom Hiddleston AND Owen Wilsonstating that the experience of filming alongside these big names in cinema was inspiring.
“The cast was a wonderful ensemble. Everyone worked together really well. Tom had an idea, Jonathan had ideas, Owen is an idea machine. The on set experience was drama free and simply a joy.
“For me, especially because it’s my first big break as a director, I consider myself very lucky to work with such high caliber actors who have made directing so much easier for me.”
Major in the MCU
In the second season of LokiJonathan Majors plays two variations of the character Kang the Conqueror.
He takes on the roles of Victor Timely and He Who Remains, both of which have distinct and complex characteristics.
The actor’s performance received mixed reactions from fans, with some praising his versatility and others expressing criticism.
The majors may appear in some other episodes of Loki season 2. Additionally, Marvel plans to continue working with the actor on future projects, including appearances in the next two Avengers films.
Despite Marvel’s support, the actor has faced consequences in his career due to assault allegations and legal troubles.
He missed out on work opportunities, such as an Otis Redding biopic and an adaptation of a Walter Mosley novel.
The actor faces an assault case