Gina Carano’s messages on social networks ended up exhausting Disney’s patience, which decided to dispense with its services for future seasons of Star Wars: The Mandalorian. The interpreter, who played Cara Dune, he will not put himself in the shoes of this character again. Months after her impeachment, Emily Swalow, who participated in three episodes of fiction as the Mandalorian Gunsmith, has reflected on the matter in the Dragon Con:
“All I can say about Gina, and having worked with her personally, is that what impressed me from the beginning is that she is very interested in people’s opinions”, So she considers that she is open when listening to what others have to say. “He wants to have a genuine dialogue and it’s like his day to day.” Carano was very generous to him.
Regarding the dismissal, Swallow has been cautious: “I know very little about what happened, I experienced it like you, so I don’t know anything about what happened internally. All I can say is that Gina is a lovely person”.
The Lucasfilm release
Disney announced the firing of Gina Carano with an official statement: “Gina Carano is not currently an employee of Lucasfilm and there are no plans for it to be in the future. However, his posts on social media denigrating people for their cultural and religious identity are abominable and unacceptable. ” Carano, for his part, considered that he had been a victim of the culture of cancellation, and denounced that others had suffered it at the hands of Disney.
Star Wars: The Mandalorian has been renewed for a third season, which will premiere sometime in 2022. Filming began at the beginning of September, while The Book of Boba Fett, the spin-off of the series, will hit the platform in December.
Source | The Direct