"The Mandalorian" firing of Gina Carano leaves the role of Cara Dune open. Will the Disney show replace her with a new actor or is this the end of the character?
While emailing with the writer Bari Weiss, Carano claimed that she learned about her dismissal from the Disney+ series via social media "like everyone else."
More than 36,000 people have signed the Change.org petition that calls on Disney to reject "cancel culture" and reinstate the actress in the role of Cara Dune.
"The Mandalorian" not only will not only no longer feature Gina Carano as Cara Dune, but two action figures of the actor have reportedly been canceled.
The actress and ex-MMA fighter has seen her followers increase substantially on both Instagram and Twitter amid controversy.
The viral "Commercial VO Challenge" asks TikTokers to race through four pieces of ad copy in their most persuasive voices.
The actress' firing from the Disney+ series has led to calls for her character to be played by "Xena" star Lucy Lawless.
The firing of Gina Carano from "The Mandalorian" has caused outrage among conservatives who are condemning cancel culture and calling on people to cancel their Disney+ subscriptions.
The actress and ex-MMA fighter is no longer a part of the cast of the Star Wars series after she shared a post on social media that compared being a Republican today to the experience of Jewish people during the Holocaust.
"The Mandalorian" and its Disney+ "Star Wars" spin-offs will be without Gina Carano as Cara Dune after Lucasfilm confirmed they will no longer be working with the actor.
The "Star Wars" stamp collection also features classic characters like R2-D2 and C-3PO among other well-loved droids.
Lady Gaga's all-white ensemble has reminded a lot of people of Princess Leia's iconic white gown worn by the late Carrie Fisher in "A New Hope."
One Disney exec has praised the company's partnership with Electronic Arts, but said there's "room for others" to make "Star Wars" games.
A scene in the latest Pixar feature references some of the most influential people in history.
Pre-production on "The Mandalorian" Season 3 is already underway.
A young CGI version of Hamill's legendary character turned up to offer to train Grogu in the Season 2 finale, delighting "Star Wars" fans.
"The Mandalorian" Season 2 ended with a scene that teased something called "The Book of Boba Fett"—but fans are torn over exactly what it is.
"The Mandalorian" has finished its current season, and there is good news for fans hoping to watch Season 3 of the Disney+ 'Star Wars' show soon.
The actress, who is set to star in the upcoming musical "The Score" and played a role in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," is reportedly in negotiations to play Houston.
"Rangers of the New Republic" is one of two new spin-offs to "The Mandalorian" announced at the Disney+ investor's call, coming soon to the streaming service.
Disney+ has announced a whole host of new shows for the coming years of the streaming service, including two "Mandalorian" spin-offs, a Nick Fury Marvel series, and a "Moana" TV series.
In an exclusive interview, the superstar composer discusses composing scores for "Black Panther," "The Mandalorian," and "Tenet."
Fans and celebrities pay tribute to the English actor, best known for his role as the antagonist in the film series' original trilogy.
Fans have been waiting all season for the character's arrival and she finally turned up in "Chapter 13" this week.
"The Mandalorian" fans have been waiting all season for Ahsoka Tano—but fans not as familiar with "Star Wars" lore may be confused by her appearance in the show.
"For the last four years it's been 'resistance,'" Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said of Democrats on Tuesday. "It's like they're some kind of weird Star Wars freaks that had watched too many Star Wars movies."
"You owe me royalties on these books. You stopped paying them," author Alan Dean Foster wrote in a letter to Disney after the company allegedly refused to pay him royalties owed on "Star Wars" books he had written.