Dropped from "48 Hours in Vegas

Jonathan Majors was set to play Dennis Rodman in the film "48 Hours in Vegas," which focuses on Rodman's infamous Las Vegas trip during the 1998 NBA finals​

Legal Conviction Impact

Majors' removal from the project follows his conviction for assault and harassment of his former girlfriend, Grace Jabbari

Maintaining Innocence

Despite the verdict, Majors has consistently maintained his innocence in the matter

Lionsgate Steps Back

Originally set up at Lionsgate, the studio has released the film back to its producers following the controversy surrounding Majors

A Rising Star's Troubles

 Prior to these events, Majors was rising in prominence with roles in significant projects and was even cast as a major villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe​

Searching for New Partners

The film's producers, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, are now looking for new partners to produce the film​

Film's Focus

The movie, "48 Hours in Vegas," was to portray Rodman's eventful and well-known Las Vegas trip during a critical playoff series in his basketball career

Majors' Other Projects Affected

Apart from the Rodman movie, Majors has also faced setbacks in other projects following his legal issues

Rodman's Unique Personality

The character of Dennis Rodman, known for his flamboyant style and strong basketball skills, presented a unique role for any actor

Future of the Film

Despite Majors' departure, the project is still moving forward and is currently being shopped around for new production partners