Gina Carano Says Disney Pulled Her 'Mandalorian' Press After She Refused To Post Studio Apology | 22 Words

Gina Carano's fan base has labeled the star "uncancelled" after the actor revealed she's been picked up for a new movie role.

She didn't hold back while speaking out following all the backlash, iunckluyding dishing the dirt on a previous scandal...

Carano has dominated headlines of late.

But it turns out there's more to the story than meets the eye.

She was dropped by Disney following some horrific comments.


But it turns out her issues go way further back than anyone knew.

There was a controversy last year that Disney had asked her to apologize for.


And it's the fact she refused to that led to her being dropped - or so she claims.

Now, you may know Carano for many things, as she had a pretty accomplished career.


Her talents started out in mixed martial arts (MMA) and fitness before she made the move into the world of acting.

And since then, she's had parts in some major blockbusters...


Including Fast and Furious 6, Deadpool, and Haywire.

But her most notable role was from The Mandalorian.


Her fame skyrocketed when she took on the role of Cara Dune.

When it first hit screens, The Mandalorian completely won over viewers.

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The original sci-fi spin-off series, set in the Star Wars universe, drew in significant praise from fans. But now it seems fans are boycotting Gina Carano over her latest controversial Tweets...

The series is set 5 years after the events of Return of the Jedi.

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Directed by Bryce Dallas Howard, best known for playing Claire Dearing in Jurassic World, The Mandalorian offers Star Wars fans a tantalizing new live-action spin-off of the beloved franchise.

And it was the first of its kind on the Disney +.

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The Mandolorian well and truly keeps the franchise alive - offering what many are describing as a "gritter" take on the universe.

The show chronicles the story of a galactic bounty hunter, Dyn Jarren.

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Boasting an impressive cast including the likes of Narcos' Pedro Pascal in the leading role, viewers watch as Dyn attempts to survive in the aftermath of the Empire’s collapse.

It takes a much darker approach than other Star Wars spinoffs.

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Far from the authority of the New Republic, we get to see the adventures of the lone gunfighter as he reaches the outer edges of the universe. Meaning we were bound to see some new, never-seen-before locales.

However, the success of the show might have been tarnished by Gina Carano's latest antics.


Things have gotten pretty heated on social media lately, given the fact actress was posting some pretty controversial stuff on her profiles.

Calls for her to be fired started pretty early on.

She didn't set herself up well when she shared conspiracy-focused memes and tweets from her account.

Not only that, but she also liked posts disparaging Black Lives Matter...

And the use of the correct pronouns.

And it didn't stop there...

From ridiculing mask mandates, to emphasizing (without hard proof) that there was "voter fraud" going on at the elections, Carano really managed to ruffle more than a few feathers.

Her latest stunt on Instagram also saw her comparing being a republican to being a "Jew during the Holocaust..."

​Problematic isn't even the word for disgusting comparisons such as this one.

Things have gotten so bad that a spokesperson for Lucasfilm spoke out to let people know that the actress is no longer employed by them.

Things have gone from bad to worse for the actress.

In a statement obtained by io9, a spokesperson outlined their company's views on the matter, saying this:


"Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and there are no plans for her to be in the future."

They continued:

"Nevertheless, her social media posts denigrating people based on their cultural and religious identities are abhorrent and unacceptable."

But now, Carano offered a different timeline.

Last year, #FireGinaCarano went viral last year after Carano mocked transgender pronouns by putting "Beep/bop/boop" in her bio.

"Earlier on last year before 'The Mandalorian' came out, they wanted me to use their exact wording for an apology over pronoun usage," she said.

"I declined and offered a statement in my own words. I made clear I wanted nothing to do with mocking the transgender community, and was just drawing attention to the abuse of the mob in forcing people to put pronouns in their bio."

"That was heartbreaking, but I didn’t want to take away from the hard work of everyone who worked on the project, so I said ok."

"That was the last time I was contacted about any type of public statement or apology from Lucasfilm. I found out through social media, like everyone else, that I had been fired."

Make sure to stay posted on this developing story.