“I feel like a deviant every time I see Jonathan Majors, the LUST just jumps up and now it’s even worse,” one fan said on Twitter
Jonathan Majors breaks the internet as he shows off his muscles on the latest cover of Men’s Health magazine. The 33-year-old flaunted his angular muscleman physique and flexed his amazing muscles as he posed shirtless on the cover. Wearing nothing but a tiny pair of shorts, he stepped out of a swimming pool and shot his best supermodel look for the magazine. Other images from the shoot show him hanging upside down making breakfast while juggling oranges in the kitchen, shirtless.
Now, as expected, fans on social media were stunned by the new snaps and reacted to them. One person wrote: “Jonathan Major’s photos completely bring my work day to a halt.” “Sitting here in this hospital getting ready for surgery and the only thing on my mind is definitely how much I love Jonathan Major’s abs would count💀😂,” added another. Someone hilariously wrote, “Jonathan Majors wants me so badly that I cheat on my husband.” “I feel like a deviant every time I see Jonathan Majors. The LUST simply JUMPS up. And now it’s even worse,” added another person. “(I don’t want to misinform you guys. I am indeed straight. Except when it comes to Jonathan Majors,)” another user noted.
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Jonathan also spoke about playing the role of Kang the Conqueror, one of the biggest Marvel movies to come. What attracted him to the role of Kang, he said, “It was Kang’s character and scale. And the potential he had. I thought I would dare. Killmonger, Thanos, and Kang aren’t related, and that’s good for the MCU. That brings variety.”
Finally finding romance at work, he added, “It’s a job. That’s actually something that bothers me all the time, apart from my intimate relationships. I’m lucky in that regard. I just like it. Some days it’s work. But that’s the athlete in me, if that’s the case, OK, that’s another rep; this is the last round. There’s something romantic about it. You leave work at 4:30 am, drive home to Los Angeles through Topanga Canyon, and no one’s on the road. I bring my dogs to work. So I took my dogs to the truck. I rolled down the windows. I have my radio head game. I just admit it. That’s the best part, man.”