Gina Carano was fired from “The Mandalorian” last week, as she posted a controversial image on social media.

The actress played Cara Doon in the Star Wars series and accordingly IndieverA Disney spokesperson confirmed that her character would not be remade for the upcoming third season.

Earlier this week, Karano revealed that he was sidelined during a press promotion for a second season after he and Lucasfilm (who produce the show and are owned by Disney).

The 38-year-old told Bari Weiss, a former New York Times columnist and editor Common sense newsletter Lucasfilm was not happy with Karano’s behavior on social media.


Carano claims that the friction began with Lucasfilm in November when he changed his Twitter profile and added “beep / bop / boom” as his pronoun, which some interpreted as a mockery of the transgender community .

The former MMA fighter alleged that Lucasfilm wanted him to post an apology written by his team.

Jeana Carano

Jeana Carano
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“Earlier this year after ‘The Mandalorian’ came out, they wanted me to use them properly to apologize for the use of pronouns. I refused and made a statement in my own words. I made it clear That I wanted nothing to do with joking. The transgender community was drawing attention to the abuse of the mob, and in forcing people to put pronouns in their bio, “she explained.

“The last time I was contacted by Lucasfilm about any kind of public statement or apology,” Carno said.

Backlash for GINA CAROO SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS, ‘Definitely not’ by ‘STAR WARS’

She Said she came to know through social media that she had been fired.

On February 10, Lucasfilm spokesman said in a statement Variety, “Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and has no plans to be in the future. Yet, her social media posts are maligning people based on their cultural and religious identities that are abusive and unacceptable.”

Lucasfilm said that Carano is no longer part of "The Mandalorian" after several people called for firing on an online social media post that compared the experience of Jews to the American political climate during the Holocaust.

Lucasfilm said Kairana was no longer part of “The Mandalorian” after several people called for firing on an online social media post that compared the experience of Jews to the American political climate during the Holocaust.
(Mark von Holden / Revision / AP, File)

The Instagram post in question featured a message in which he compared the political division of events in Nazi Germany.

Following her shootout, Carano was also dropped by her talent agency UTA and Hasbro reportedly plans to make more toys based on her sci-fi character.


In a statement Hollywood reporter, Retailer BigBadToyStore noted that the company is not producing any more action figures of Karano’s character in light of recent events, forcing him to cancel prior orders.

A spokesperson for BigBadToyStore emailed on Monday that the Star Wars Black Cara Due figure was released in 2020 and did not sell long after the inventory was received. “Hasbro planned for another production run and we were accepting the limitations prior to that production run. Because of recent events, Hasbro was no longer approved for any further production of this figure. “

Carano’s shootout on Disney prompted many fans, both her and “The Mandalorian”, to sign a change dot org calling on Disney to reverse their decision to fire the actress.

Despite calls to reinstate him, Carno has already moved on from “The Mandalorian”. According to time limitThe actress is hitting back at Disney and canceling the culture by partnering with Ben Shapiro’s The Daily Wire on a new film project.

Lucasfilm did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.

Granthshala News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.