Several years ago, “Snow White” star Rachel Zegler called out non-woke actress Gina Carano for listing her pronouns as “beep/bop/boop” in her Twitter profile. However, Carano recently hit back at the actress, getting even with her.
“I won’t put pronouns in my bio to show my support for trans lives. After months of harassing me in every way. I decided to put 3 VERY controversial words in my bio.. beep/bop/boop,” Carano said. “I’m not against trans lives at all. They need to find less abusive representation.”
In response to the comedic choice of pronouns, Zegler criticized Carano stating, “Don’t make fun of pronouns.” Following the actress calling out Carano, the woke side of the internet began attacking Carano. Zegler also added, “It’s a fun time to remind you all to love Pedro Pascal.” Pascal co-starred with Carano in “The Mandalorian” before her firing from the show.
However, Carano hit back at Zegler this week, getting even with the woke “Snow White” Actress. Zegler has recently come under fire for comments she made about the upcoming Disney film she is starring in. “I hope the world becomes kinder,” Zegler said in response to thousands of people attacking her online.
Gina Carano reacted to her comment with a gif from the show Schitts Creek of one of the actresses tapping her screen and the word boop appearing. This is an obvious reference to Carano putting beep/bop/boop in her Twitter profile. Zegler reportedly blocked Gina Carano after she posted the tweet. See the tweet below.
— Gina Carano 🕯 (@ginacarano) August 16, 2023
Zegler recently commented on the new production of “Snow White” and how its plot differs from the original version of the classic film. The actress claimed that the 1937 version of “Snow White” was too antiquated for modern times and needed to be revamped to align with the spirit of the new woke age.
“I mean, you know, the original cartoon came out in 1937, and very evidently so. There’s a big focus on her love story with a guy who literally stalks her. Weird! Weird. So we didn’t do that this time. We have a different approach to what I’m sure a lot of people will assume is a love story just because, like we cast a guy in the movie … It’s one of those things that I think everyone’s going to have their assumptions about what it’s actually going to be, but it’s really not about the love story at all, which is really, really wonderful,” Zegler said.
The American Tribune recently reported on the son of the director of the 1937 “Snow White,” who said, “My Dad and Walt Disney Would Be Turning In Their Graves.” David Hand, whose father directed the original film, said, “I mean, it’s a whole different concept, and I just totally disagree with it, and I know my dad and Walt would also very much disagree with it. I think it’s pathetic that people feel that way… these are art forms in the world of film today.”
It will be interesting to see how the backlash against the film impacts its box office release. Some are even hoping the film will be pulled prior to its release amid the controversy.
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