Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano are very different from each other when it comes to their political beliefs. Pascal is a hard left-leaning Hollywood celebrity who is adored by many for being a sweet guy.
Carano on the other hand is a hard right-leaning individual who hasn’t been able to get many appreciative fans judging by the frequent hashtags demanding her firing from The Mandalorian on Twitter before it actually happened.
But it looks like behind-the-scenes both of them are on friendly terms with others. Or is there a little bit of resentment on Carano’s side that we sniff?
Gina Carano was pretty disgracefully tossed out of the Star Wars franchise by Lucasfilm a couple of weeks ago. After all, she wasn’t informed of her firing and came to know about it from social media.
Lucasfilm decided that she wouldn’t be appearing in her role as Cara Dune anymore after she posted a story on Instagram comparing the situation of Republicans in the USA with that of Jews in Nazi Germany. The studio called her post ‘abhorrent and unacceptable’ and confirmed that she won’t have a place in the Star Wars universe anymore.
Speaking with The Daily Wire, a right-leaning website on 21st February, Sunday, Carano said that she left like she was being “head-hunted” by the house of mouse after her controversial comments. She said that she got the feeling because she “wasn’t going along with the [studio’s] narrative.”
As for her co-star Pedro Pascal, she has nice things to say about him. Carano says:
“I adore Pedro. There’s so much love there still. I know he’s said and done some hurtful things. But we had an agreement after we realized we were a little bit politically different. We had an agreement that, first and foremost, you’re a human being. And you’re my friend first. We’re both passionate – we just think a little bit differently.”
However, Pedro Pascal has also made some hardcore left-wing posts in the past as well. He once posted a now-deleted tweet where he compared Trump supporters to Nazis. But, Carano says that it’s all water under the bridge now. She says:
“I know that we both have misstepped on our tweets. We’re not perfect. We’re human beings. But he’s not a bad human being. He’s a sweet person.”
So, it looks like there’s no resentment on Carano’s side for Pascal at all. If those feelings change then we will keep you updated on it.