Majors has stated that he does not watch his films or programs, something that will surprise many. Instead, he believes that doing his own work is "not my business," and instead takes a bathroom break.
Majors is in the company of others, including well-known actors such as Tom Hanks and Andrew Garfield of Amazing Spider-Man, both of whom avoid watching their work.
Despite being told he was "absolutely nailing" his performance as He Who Remains, Majors surprised interviewers when he candidly admitted, "I don't watch 'em."
After his performances are recorded, the Kang actor does not close the door on his work entirely. ADR (automated dialogue replacement) requires the performer to dub previously recorded scenes. Majors has rewatched those scenes to assist the process, but still admits he "tries to hide [his] eyes as much as possible."
The actor explains that he pays no attention to the filmmaker who is in charge of the project. It's simply a preference.
Despite his spectacular performance as Kang, Majors seems to be unable to join Marvel's Phase 5 lineup.
After the actor admitted to the difficulties of working with Marvel Studios, he pointed to the fearful feeling that arises "right before the film comes out," which he describes as "probably the most unpleasant" part of participating in a Marvel project.
Majors remain committed to their role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Majors chooses not to watch his work, but his dedication and dedication to it is unsurpassed.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is certainly benefitting from his desire to leave a lasting impression on any project he takes on. Majors is a serious actor, and he will completely dedicate himself to whatever role he takes on.
This can be seen in the way the actor has clearly done his homework, researching how former Marvel antagonists like Loki and Ultron may influence his portrayal as the next overarching threat.
Peyton Reed, the director of Ant-Man 3, has even compared the actor to greatness such as Marlon Brando, an actor who is considered to be one of the most influential figures of the 20th century.
Sure, his energy and presence have enriched his work on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. The cast, crew, and even Marvel executives have given him the highest praise.