Jonathan Majors has made headlines again for his involvement in a fight with a woman... but this time the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania star was attempting to de-escalate a situation.
TMZ has obtained a video which shows Majors intervening in what appears to be a pretty intense brawl between two female high-schoolers. As the girls get to their feet and prepare to resume fisticuffs, the actor can be seen running in and urging both parties to calm down.
The students were filmed fighting on Monday afternoon outside Hollywood High School, which happens to be directly across the street from an In-N-Out where Majors was having lunch.
It's worth noting that a lot of people are convinced that this is some kind of PR stunt that's been staged in an effort to gain Majors some much-needed good will ahead of Friday's court appearance, where he will face misdemeanour charges of harassment and assault. If convicted, he could spend up to a year behind bars.
Have a look at the video for yourselves below, and let us know what you think.
The Creed III actor was arrested in New York on March 25 when police responded to a 911 call. A 30-year-old woman alleged that she had been assaulted by Majors, with police noting that she had sustained minor injuries.
Majors appeared to score a "win" in the case back in June when he filed charges of his own against his alleged victim, but a report published shortly after presented more damning evidence that the MCU star has a history of abusive and toxic behaviour.
More than 40 people who have had dealings with Majors over the years, during his college days and more recently working with him on film sets, described him as "being a complicated, unpredictable, and sometimes violent man, who can switch from charming to cold in a flash" in Rolling Stone's piece.
The report also included statements from over a dozen sources who claim that Majors was physically and emotionally abusive to at least two former girlfriends.
Even so, Majors is not on trial for any of those (alleged) instances, and his defence attorney continues to "vehemently deny" all of the charges and accusations that have been brought forward.
Majors has already been dropped from several high-profile projects, as well as his management company, Entertainment 360, and public relations team, The Lede Company. But Marvel Studios has yet to take any action or comment on the situation. There are rumors that Kevin Feige and co. are looking into potential Kang replacements, but that's yet to be confirmed.
We do know that Majors will return for the upcoming second season of Loki, and Kang was featured (however briefly) in the recently released trailer. THR notesd that the actor is set to "appear in about half of the episodes" in a recent report.