What’s going on?
Carano, who plays Cara Dune on the “Star Wars” series, recently talked to The Federalist about ideological diversity in Hollywood. She also spoke about how she hasn’t watched the second season of “The Mandalorian” yet.
- “I don’t like to watch myself. I feel like I get in my head a little bit,” Carano told The Federalist. “I’ll watch it eventually just to see how I can grow from it. The more fascination for me was seeing the other ‘Star Wars’ fans enjoy it.”
She said franchises are more successful with fans.
- “With a franchise, I think somebody has to be such a fan, they have to be a big fan of what they are doing, or else I don’t think it works as well,” Carano said, according to The Federalist.
Previous comments from Carano
Carano previously addressed the social media backlash she suffered for sharing her political beliefs on Twitter, as I wrote about for the Deseret News. She criticized the COVID-19 vaccine, face masks and mail-in voting.
- “People need to be OK with having conversations,” she said. “With having difficult conversations, with having different opinions. What’s wrong with having a different opinion?”
- “Why does everybody have to straight go to demoralizing because maybe they just didn’t think the way you did?”
Carano told the YouTube show that she wants to focus on her fans rather than people who want to bring her down.
- “I bring the fire out in people. I’m not sure why,” she said.