Pedro Pascal Tried To Get Gina Carano To ‘Change Her Ways’ Before She Was Fired

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It’s now being rumoured that Pedro Pascal really tired to get Gina Carano to “change her ways” before she was fired from The Mandalorian. This rumour comes to us from Daniel Richtman’s Patreon page.

This is something that’s been making the rounds ever since it was revealed that Carano has been fired from The Mandalorian as Cara Dune. People have been saying that Pascal and other cast members of the show were trying to stop Carano from posting on social media.

Well, Daniel Richtman is now claiming that Pedro Pascal did indeed tried to get Gina Carano to “change her ways” before she was fired from the Star Wars show. It’s a shame he didn’t manage to convince her from posting on social media.

Pedro Pascal reportedly really tried to stop Gina Carano from posting all that stuff on social media before she was fired from The Mandalorian

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Richtman actually added in his report that Pascal tried “really hard” to help Gina and make her realize that she was very close to being fired by Lucasfilm. It really is a shame she was fired because I loved her character, Cara Dune.

People are now calling for other actors to replace Carano as Cara Dune in the future Star Wars shows. I’ve seen people say that Lucy Lawless should play Dune next, and then others have said that Lana Parrilla would also be great for the role.

What do you make of this rumour? Do you think Pedro Pascal really tried to stop Gina Carano from getting herself fired from The Mandalorian? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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