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Gina Carano absolutely skewered the president of Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy in response to what she called a “hilarious episode” of “South Park” that blamed the executive for recent Disney box office flops.
In a lengthy post on X, the 41-year-old actress — who was dropped by Disney in February 2021 over social media posts the company deemed offensive — praised the latest episode from “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker titled “Joining the Panderverse.” In the episode, Kennedy is destroyed for taking successful films and recycling them except with minority women and woke characters.
The clip shows one part of the episode in which a group of Disney executives tell Disney CEO Bob Iger, “We don’t understand it, sir. We keep making the same movie over and over and pandering to everyone, but suddenly it’s not working.”
This is the part where KK demands any YouTubers get censored off of YouTube for sharing and laughing at this hilarious episode, she’ll have YouTube disable the thumbs down option because of the ratio she’ll receive, then she’ll have her publicist ghouls make sure Variety and… https://t.co/CMgASHQBgz
— Gina Carano 🕯 (@ginacarano) October 28, 2023
Iger replied, “Then we’ve got to pander harder!” The episode’s version of Kennedy later shared that Iger had showed them an ancient Disney artifact, called the “panderstone,” that will make the “same movie over and over again while appealing to everyone.” However, it turned out Kennedy turned the stone too many times and ended up tearing a hole in the multiverse.
“This is the part where KK[Kennedy] demands any YouTubers get censored off of YouTube for sharing and laughing at this hilarious episode,” Carano wrote in response to the clip.
“She’ll [Kennedy] have YouTube disable the thumbs down option because of the ratio she’ll receive, then she’ll have her publicist ghouls make sure Variety and Hollywood Reporter run hit pieces about the South Park creators and their families smearing their names through every useful idiot she has under her thumb who would sell their soul to work for Lucas film,” she added.
“She’ll activate her online mob to repeat that the South Park creators are racist, bigot, transphobes, and demand the South Park creators publicly apologize by only using words she approves of and finally she’ll demand they subject themselves to a re-education course of 45 people in the LBGTQ community zoom call to sit there and listen of how badly they got their feelings hurt all over a little boop of a South Park episode,” Carano continued.
“Maybe just maybe the jig is up,” Carano concluded her post.
After being dropped by Disney, Carano’s first feature film was with The Daily Wire — “Terror On The Prairie.” The film marked the epic comeback for the former star after she was cut from Lucasfilm’s popular series “The Mandalorian” over several social media posts that were called offensive by some.