Jina Karanois preparing for a new concertafter the star was expelled from Disney +’s “Mandalorian” following controversial posts on social media.
Karano has started and produced The Terror in Prairie in collaboration with The Daily Wire, founded by conservative commentator Ben Shapiro. The Daily Wire first announced the collaboration in February, but on Tuesday it announced that filming would begin this week.
According to The Daily Wire, the film, which is expected to be released in the spring of 2022, is “a family of pioneers living in the Great Plains of Montana who must fight a gang of evil criminals for their lives.”
Karano was criticized on the Internet earlier this year for posting several unpleasant messages and notes on social media. Jeffrey Epstein and comparing conservatives in the U.S. with Holocaust victims. Lucasfilm later confirmed that Karano will no longer play a role in Mandalorian.
When it was first announced that Carano was working with The Daily Wire, the 39-year-old actress called the news of the partnership on social media a “rebellion”. tweet.
Carano also celebrated his collaboration with the Daily Daily Wire on Instagram and thanked the fans who supported him at the time.
“I want to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for the love I have received in the last 24 hours,” she writes. “I wouldn’t be here without your support. Thanks to @Realdailywire @officialbenshapiro, one of my dreams is to help develop and produce my own film. I cried and my prayers were answered.” .
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Carano also conveyed a “message of direct hope” to people “living in fear of the totalitarian crowd’s abolition” with the aim of abolishing the culture.
“I’ve just started using my voice, which is freer than ever, and I hope it encourages others to do the same,” he added. “If we don’t allow it, they can’t cancel us.”
In a Feb. 11 statement, Lukasfilm said it had not hired Karano, who currently plays former rebel Kara Dune, and that he had no plans to be in the next episodes of the Mandaloria series.
At the same time, Lukasfilm condemned Karano’s posts for degrading people’s cultural and religious identities, calling them disgusting and unacceptable.
Gina Karano faces stiff opposition after anti-Semitism posts
The news follows the popular hashtag #FireGinaCarano on TwitterIn February, fans grabbed the star’s screenincluding deleted messages anti-Semitism Instagram story He asked another user who had a conflict of beliefs about attitudes toward Jews during the Holocaust: “How is this different from hating someone for their political views?” mem read.
A Twitter user who shared Karano’s deleted post asked, “Did he just compare the Holocaust to a Republican?”
Another user added “This Gina Karano nonsense not only confirms that anti-Semitism is alive and well, but that many people continue to believe that Jews are somehow complicit in their own genocide.”
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz came to Karano’s defense on Thursday, calling for a Disney decision.
“Texan Gina Karano broke the barriers in the world of Star Wars: neither the princess nor the victim, nor the Jedi emotional torture” Cruz tweeted. “She played the woman who kicked the ass and the girls watched. She played an important role in making Star Wars more fun. Of course, Disney canceled it.”
Karano has been a frequent visitor to the Mandalorian since his first season, while Dune often helps the protagonist (Pedro Pascal) in the task of keeping Grogu (aka Baby Yoda) from hunting small alien creatures from the imperial forces.
Pascal, whose sister recently emerged as a trans woman, helped Karano last fall after adding “boop / bop / beep” to his Twitter profile and mocking the inclusion of sex diamonds in people’s social bios.
Karano said her partner helped her understand why it was important. “I didn’t know before, but I know now” he wrote on Twitter at the time he added that he would resist violence, “especially the most vulnerable.”
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