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Author Topic: Gina Carano fired by Disney.  (Read 829 times)


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Re: Gina Carano fired by Disney.
« Reply #30 on: February 18, 2021, 01:04:55 AM »

What a shitshow. I was hoping Mandalorian would be a turning point for Disney/Lucasfilm, but it's looking like a brief anomaly, crushed by the upper management in favor of getting back to pissing on the fans and running the franchise into the ground.

The notion of an exclusionary and hostile RPG community is a fever dream of zealots who view all social dynamics through a narrow keyhole of structural oppression.

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Re: Gina Carano fired by Disney.
« Reply #31 on: February 18, 2021, 09:16:15 AM »
Also, Hasbro announced that they cancelled all their upcoming Cara Dune figures, which pretty much shatters that fantasy that Hasbro will get sick of WotC's wokeness and step in to fix D&D. They clearly care more about politics than profit.

And the collectors have already started making a run on the online stores for the existing figures, I'm assuming in the hopes that they'll be collectible due to rarity and the controversy.
YES! Got one (of three remaining) yesterday!
Today, when I search for Funko Pop Dune, all that shows up is this: