“That’s what a Disney a**-whooping looks like”: Gina Carano Changes Her Tune After Suing Disney, Willing to Return to Star Wars After The Mandalorian Firing

Will Disney succumb to Gina Carano’s demands and hire her to play Cara Dune again?

“That’s what a Disney a**-whooping looks like”: Gina Carano Changes Her Tune After Suing Disney, Willing to Return to Star Wars After The Mandalorian Firing

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  • Gina Carano filed a lawsuit against Disney and Lucasfilm for wrongful termination based on her controversial tweet.
  • However, a report claims that Carano has no ill will toward her former employers.
  • The actress has always been vocal about her desire to be reinstated in the ‘Star Wars’ show.
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Gina Carano has been a part of many well-known projects including Fast & Furious 6, Extraction, and Deadpool. She also played the role of Cara Dune in The Mandalorian but was later fired by the team after she posted a controversial comment on social media. Later, the actress filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Disney and Lucasfilm.

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However, the actress has always been vocal about wanting to return to the Star Wars series and her lawsuit also asks the court to have Disney and Lucasfilm recast her in the role. Recently, a report has emerged stating that Gina Carano has once again made it clear that she has no problem coming back and working on the show.

Gina Carano Allegedly Has No Ill Will Toward Disney

Gina Carano as Cara Dune in The Mandalorian
Gina Carano as Cara Dune in The Mandalorian

Back in February, Gina Carano took to X to post a lengthy tweet explaining that she would be filing a lawsuit against Disney and Lucasfilm for wrongful termination. Her forced exit came after she posted a now-deleted controversial tweet where she related the treatment of conservatives of today to the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany.

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However, in her lawsuit, Carano demands for her to be reinstated into the show, despite everything that has gone down. She, too, has always stated that her goal is to return to The Mandalorian and pick up right where she left off.

According to a report by ScreenRant, Carano has once again opened up about her desire to be hired back. As per the publication’s claims, the actress spoke at a FAN EXPO Philadelphia panel and “assured attendees that she has no will toward Disney and would be willing to work for Star Wars again.” The report also adds that Carano has nothing against her former employers and will be “happy to return.”

Assuming the report is true, fans are extremely furious with Carano and are calling her out on X. Take a look at what some of them had to say about it all.

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Even if Carano did not speak about this at the Fan Expo, she was always sure that she wanted to return to play Cara Dune again

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Gina Carano Wants to Return to The Mandalorian

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Carano recently posted a cryptic tweet bashing media for twisting and turning people’s words and giving them a whole new meaning. She warned her fans not to believe the headlines until they heard it from her mouth.

While we can’t say for certain what made Carano post the tweet, her desire to come back as Cara Dune has been established long back. In her original tweet where she explained her lawsuit, the actress wrote,

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“As for me, I would love to pick up where I left off & continue my journey of creating & participating in story-telling, which is my utmost passion & everything I worked so hard for. It has been difficult to move forward with the lies & labels stuck on me, backed & encouraged by the most powerful entertainment company in the world.”

Apart from her demand to be reinstated in the show, Carano’s lawsuit also asks for at least $75,000 as well as punitive damages. As for Disney, the company claimed that it has the “constitutional right not to associate its artistic expression with Carano’s speech.” Disney added that it has the full right to decide who it should employ to express the company’s artistic messages.

The Mandalorian is available to stream on Disney+.

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