A lot of celebrities have fallen victim to cancel culture over the last couple of months and while some were fortunate enough to resolve their issues and quietly move on from the relentless internet backlash, other actors weren't that lucky. Take for instance ex-Star Wars actress Gina Carano whose blossoming career pretty much got derailed after being on the receiving end of cancel culture.
Even Marvel stars aren't immune to getting "canceled" on social media. Just this year alone, MCU actors like Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Mark Ruffalo, and Sebastian Stan all succumbed to internet activists and it goes to prove that nobody is safe in this day and age of cancel culture. Now, Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt reportedly believes that it's only a matter of time before the internet goes after him for the second time around.
Tipster Daniel Richtman notes on his Patreon page that the Star-Lord actor is worried about his public image and is doing everything in his power to avoid getting canceled on social media. Pratt is no longer stranger to getting lambasted by fans online and just last year, the actor was accused of being a Trump supporter after he no-showed a Marvel fundraiser organized by then-U.S. Presidential hopeful Joe Biden. Chris was also referred to as anti-trans and a white supremacist but he never addressed the allegations thrown at him.
Whether or not there's truth to the rumors surrounding Pratt's concern regarding his public image, I think most of us can agree that cancel culture is a disease that needs to just go away.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is hitting cinemas in May 2023.
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