Jonathan Majors isn’t letting the negative “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” reviews get to him. The actor, who stars as supervillain Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel picture, which has a 48% approval among Rotten Tomatoes critics, seemed to brush off the unfavourable critiques, saying that they don’t “change how I see myself, period,” while appearing on IndieWire‘s “Screen Talk” podcast on Friday. “I’m a performance within a story,” Majors said. “One thing I will say to my team as we’re leaving a premiere as they’re reading reviews — I just keep saying ‘How’s the movie doing?
How’s the movie doing?'” READ MORE: ‘Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania’ Suffers Biggest 2nd Week Drop For Any Marvel Movie “I try to clean my plate and take care of my part,” he continued. “The response is: ‘You’re straight.
You’re good. They like you.’ And they tell me about the movie, and sometimes the movie is also on that level, and sometimes [it is not.]” The 33-year-old doesn’t take reactions too close to heart because, at the end of the day, it’s “an opinion.” “It’s just people.
They have an opinion. You always have an opinion… I’m no fool, I got 33 years of living, real living,” he said during the podcast episode. “I know these are people writing it, right?Read more on etcanada.com