Former The Mandalorian star Gina Carano has definitely become one of Hollywood's most polarizing actors and seemingly everything she does and says instantly becomes newsworthy to the eyes of her critics. The ex-Cara Dune actress has once again been making headlines after she was unceremoniously fired by Lucasfilm over her social media behavior.
Now that all is said and done, some fans are still trying to rain on the former mixed martial arts fighter's parade for some reason even though they finally got what they wanted. Recently, people dragged Gina's The Mandalorian co-star Pedro Pascal and have been demanding Disney to oust the actor from the Star Wars universe.
You thought that was crazy? In an even wilder turn of events, social media is trying to cancel Man of Steel star Henry Cavill after some fans learned that he used to date Gina. To those unaware, the two had an on-and-off relationship that lasted for about a year. And considering social media is all over Carano these days, Henry isn't safe from criticism. Check out the reactions here:
Hey guys remember when Henry Cavill and Gina Carano dated pic.twitter.com/xfv2ZOjt8w— Ray (@GarfOfTheGalaxy) February 14, 2021
just remembered henry cavill was in a relationship with gina carano and now i’m scared— Dieuwke Morren | wv spoilers ✨ (@Gimmejagger) February 11, 2021
Every time I see Gina Carano news, I can’t help but think, “Henry Cavill bro... what type of shit are you into?”— C.A. Huggins (@C_A_Huggins) February 20, 2021
Henry Cavill and Gina Carano pic.twitter.com/KckTkBaj21— Zion ? (@fanvaxstudios) February 18, 2021
I'll be daydreaming about Henry Cavill and his thang thangin thangily and then I'll remember he dated Gina Carano. pic.twitter.com/WajfKU4rx3— Reeves (@singfromthehair) February 17, 2021
sure hope henry cavill and gina carano broke up because all her reactionary shit came to light— Bront (@bmrow) February 25, 2021
Honestly, I'm starting to get sick and tired of this pack mentality by some fans who are trying to cancel a celebrity over a pretty petty reason. I mean, come on, it doesn't take a genius to realize how pointless it is to drag someone who isn't involved in the issue. While I believe that Cavill is the last person to worry about cancel culture, it's still unfair on his part. This ridiculousness totally needs to stop.
Meanwhile, Henry Cavill is set to appear on Zack Snyder's Justice League, streaming this March 18 on HBO Max.
Also Read: Gina Carano On Standing Up to Lucasfilm: 'I'm Not Going Down Without a Fight'