Mandalorian Actress Gina Carano talks about Lucasfilm firing in her first sitdown interview The Ben Shapiro Show, Addressing how she feels “fed up” by the company but praises former co-star Pedro Pascal. This month, Lucasfilm announced that they were pursuing all ties with Carano after a series of “disgusting” social media posts from the actress and former MMA star. The news absorbed a host of heated reactions from both sides of the political spectrum.
Later he was removed from there Mandalorian, Carno announced that she was teaming with Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire to develop, produce and star in her own film. The new collaboration opens the door for Karano to give his side of the story with an hour-long interview that was posted online on Sunday. As with Firing, the interview would certainly be about Karano insisting on split reactions that she was being abusive and eventually let her go because of her political beliefs. As Caerno says in the interview:
“You know how boxers sometimes head-hunt and forget to go for a body; I feel like Disney or Lucasfilm or whatever, some special people from that company … I think so That I’m being head-hunted. ” They are all doing it on me and they are looking at me like an eagle, and I am watching people on the same production and they can say everything they want, and that is where I have a problem. was. I had a problem because I was not going with the narrative. “
Karano and Shapiro also discussed the possibility that she was a second-rate victim in Lucasfilm. Shapiro refers to a 2018 tweet. Pedro Pascal The United States fell victim to the Holocaust, sharing a meme comparing the treatment of migrant children and questioned why Lucasfilm did not take similar action. Although Carano disagrees with Pedro’s social media behavior, she points out that the two remained very friendly despite their political differences.
“You know what that is? I obey Pedro. I obey him. I know he has said and done some sad things. I don’t think it’s okay to post someone’s number on social media. But I Know that he thinks a lot of things. I’m posted [wrong], But there is still a lot of love. And after we understood that there was an agreement that we are a bit politically isolated. We had an agreement, first and foremost, you are a human being. And you are my friend first… I know that both of us have given incorrect information on our tweets. We are not right. We are human But he is not a bad person. He is a sweet person. “
In the first two seasons of Mandalorian, Jeana Carano Played the role of the popular character Cara Dunne. His controversial social media post led to the hashtag #FireGinaCarano trend last year and Disney removed Carano from the press and marketing for the season. A new post this month ruled the social media campaign in America comparing the conservatives’ treatment of Jews in Nazi Germany. , And Lucasfilm immediately dropped the actress from the show.
In her conversation with Shapiro, Carano canceled her “firing” incidents, as well as her address leading up to the firing, and how she found the news on social media just like the rest. You can watch the full interview on the Ben Shapiro Show.
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