Disney Cancels Gina Carano Twice, Pulls Running Wild Episode Featuring Actress

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After firing conservative actress Gina Carano from hit show The Mandalorian in February, Disney appears to have shelved an upcoming episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls which the actress guest starred in.

According to a recent report, Carano was slated to appear on the sixth season of Disney owned National Geographic’s adventure show, where survivalist Grylls challenges celebrity guests to push “their minds and bodies to the limit” in the wilderness.

The show’s official Twitter account announced that Carano was one of the show’s upcoming guests in a February 11th post detailing a celebrity line-up including Danica Patrick, Terry Crews, and fellow Disney+ star Anthony Mackie.

Carano herself teased the episode in a January 2nd tweet, which read: “One of the best experiences of my life & most definitely my 2020 was hanging out with this guy
@beargrylls in the Dolomites.”

On the heels of her firing, Carano’s appearance has seemingly been cancelled. New episode guides across multiple websites, which have been released ahead of the show’s March 29th premiere, do not list the former MMA fighter as a celebrity guest.

Though based on Carano’s tweet about spending time with Grylls in the Dolomites, she was likely slated to appear in the season’s opening episode alongside Disney Plus’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” star Anthony Mackie, which has been listed under the title “Anthony Mackie in the Italian Dolomites.”

This is seemingly the latest attempt by Disney to erase Carano from any association with the House of Mouse. Her character Cara Dune’s action figure was dropped by toymaker’s Hasbro and Funko.

Carano has not publicly commented on her cancellation from Running Wild, but did retweet the story announcing that her episode had been shelved on Tuesday morning.

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Joyce Glantz
Joyce Glantz
30 days ago

Please let the Disney executives explain their position before we come to a conclusion.

Louis
Louis
30 days ago

Disney had a reputation in the 50s as being racist towards blacks and conservatives. I see it is still has problems!

Phred
Phred
30 days ago

Walt Disney was a true American, a man with a vision that has entertained and given joy to many millions of Americans. Now the obvious leftist socialist trying to run his dream into the ground, dislike true Americans! Only lemmings who worship Marxist ideology and the socialist democrat party are allowed i n their corrupt anti-American organization. I’ll never spend another dime on anything Disney! I’m an American Patriot, so in good conscience cannot support any organization intent on destroying America’s tradition and culture, which is clearly what the Disney franchise is attempting to do!
“F” Disney!

mARTHA
mARTHA
30 days ago
Reply to  Phred

You are so right, if everyone would band Disney, watch the money
shrink up, if they can do it to other people and destroy there lifes,
then why not do it to them

Donna McMackin
Donna McMackin
30 days ago
Reply to  Phred

Disney sucks

MBTB
MBTB
30 days ago

I will never go to Disney again

Anti communism
Anti communism
30 days ago

Walt Disney was not a true American as he was a member of the American communist party, we need to cancel all that has to do with disney for their apparent disregard to the constitution and especially the first amendment.

Chris
Chris
30 days ago
Reply to  Anti communism

Didn’t know that

Chris
Chris
30 days ago

Disney would be rolling in his grave! They’re killing Disney so screw them

Bella
Bella
30 days ago

No more trips to Disney and where not buying any more Disney movies toys and etc.