'The Mandalorian': Gina Carano is fired from the Disney + series after her controversial comments on social networks

Gina Carano

Gina Carano

Actress Gina Carano is used to making controversial comments on social networks, either to declare openly against the use of the mask in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, to affirm that Jeffrey Epstein did not commit suicide or to support the assault on the Capitol, but his last Publication has been very expensive, since Lucasfilm has decided to dispense with his services in 'The Mandalorian' .

Carano recently shared on Tik Tok where he seemed to compare the Nazi holocaust to being a Republican in America today. The actress was quick to erase it in the face of harsh criticism accusing her of being an anti-Semite, but captures of it are easy to find online.

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This controversy has filled the patience in LucasFilm, as an anonymous source from Hollywood Reporter affirms that the company had been looking for an excuse to fire her for two months - and that until recently they seriously considered giving her character her own series - since a A spokesperson for the studio has released the following statement to confirm that they have broken their professional relationship with Carano :

Gina Carano is not currently hired by Lucasfilm and there are no plans to do so in the future. However, his comments on social media denigrating people based on their religious or cultural identities are abominable and unacceptable.

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For all this, Carano will be forced to stop playing the bounty hunter Cara Dune in 'The Mandalorian'. Let's remember that its third season is already confirmed and until now there was no reason to think that it would stop having it. It is unknown if Lucasfilm will replace her with another actress or if her character will simply not appear again in the series.