Gina Carano Seeks Retribution Against Actress Who Attacked Her 3 Years Ago
Rachel Zegler, the actress playing Snow White in the upcoming live-action film, criticized Gina Carano for her response to demands to list h...
Rachel Zegler criticizes Gina Carano's response to pronoun demands
Rachel Zegler, the actress playing Snow White in the upcoming live-action film, criticized Gina Carano for her response to demands to list her pronouns on Twitter. Carano had written "beep/bop/boop" in her bio as a controversial way to show her support for trans lives. Zegler disagreed with Carano's approach, stating that trans individuals need less abusive representation.
Zegler's tweet sparks backlash and accusations
Rachel Zegler, an actress, recently tweeted a message urging people not to make fun of pronouns. This tweet sparked a reaction from her followers, who then began attacking Gina Carano, another actress. Zegler's tweet seemed to be directed at Carano, as she mentioned Carano's former co-star, Pedro Pascal, who had used pronouns in his Twitter bio. The tweet from Zegler has led to accusations that she sent her followers to bully Carano.
Carano responds with a GIF
In response to a tweet about kindness, actress Carano fired back at Zegler, who had faced criticism for her comments about the Prince in Snow White being a "stalker" and the fairy tale not being a love story. Actress Gina Carano responded to a tweet by blocking her with a GIF from the show "Schitts Creek." The GIF showed a character tapping her screen to trigger the word "boop."
Zegler discusses the new Snow White movie
In an interview, actress Rachel Zegler discussed the upcoming Snow White movie and how it takes a different approach to the original story. Zegler pointed out that the 1937 cartoon version of Snow White had a heavy focus on her love story with a prince who essentially stalks her. However, the new movie aims to change that narrative. Zegler mentioned that people might assume it's still a love story because they cast a male actor in the film, but she clarified that the movie is not about the love story at all. She expressed excitement about this fresh take on Snow White.
Carano's firing and new partnership
In February 2021, actress Gina Carano was fired from her role on the Disney+ series "The Mandalorian" due to her right-wing views expressed on social media. Disney had reportedly been planning this move for months. Two days later, Carano announced a partnership with The Daily Wire, a conservative news and opinion website. Carano expressed gratitude for the opportunity to develop and produce her own film through this partnership, stating that her voice is now freer than ever before. She also sent a message of hope to those who fear being canceled by the "totalitarian mob," encouraging others to use their voices and not let themselves be silenced.