Last week, Marvel introduced Jonathan Majors as the latest villain in their cinematic universe—Kang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. It appears Majors is more than just an action star, as he is quickly becoming a fan favorite. Taking the opportunity to speak in time for Valentine’s Day, UPROXX reported on his softer side.

Majors has become renowned due to the strong and impressive acting in Magazine Dreams, Creed III, and now Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which earned the director’s laudatory remarks. The dashing actor appears to have an enthusiasm for romantic comedy and expresses a desire to appear in one. Despite his quick rise to fame, the Creed III actor has not yet fully taken in his status as a heartthrob.

It’s an enigma. It’s very peculiar because when I was a child in my area, individuals would comment, ‘Oh, J with the big nose and full lips.’ I was not him.

No matter if he has accepted it or not, Majors is definitely a well-liked person and he appears to be quite the sentimental one. Majors admitted that he experiences intense emotion every single day and he even acknowledged to shedding tears multiple times a week.

Existence is delightful. Affection is all around.

Majors confided in ComicBook, expressing that his top romantic films are The Notebook, Love Jones, Blue Valentine, and Love & Basketball.

Majors seemed eager to divulge his technique for making himself attractive to members of the opposite sex in an interview with The Cut.

If you want a guaranteed way to make someone fall for you within two days, text them a song that you like, such as ‘Come Over’ by Aaliyah. Put on your comfiest sweatpants and watch Love Jones and Love and Basketball. Play ‘Whenever Wherever Whatever’ by Maxwell afterwards and send them another Maxwell song the next day with a message ‘I thought you’d like this.’ Doing this will surely make someone go crazy.

We couldn’t help but giggle at how precise Majors is, however then again, who wouldn’t be captivated in such a circumstance? Perhaps the Marvel hunk is onto something. Majors was additionally glad to spread out his opinion when a relationship begins to disintegrate, and you need to confront the difficult job of breaking up.

He suggested listening to TLC’s “Creep” on repeat, hum it as part of your morning routine, watch Blue Valentine with your other half and feline companion, and cap it off by playing “No Scrubs,” at which point your relationship would’ve likely come to an end.

If Majors’ on-screen super-villain role suddenly comes to an end, we can rest assured that the Magazine Dreams thespian can pivot to providing relationship advice. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is already showing in movie theaters and audiences are looking forward to seeing Majors, who has cited Heath Ledger’s Joker as an influence, in the role of Kang.

By Game Critic

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