RUMOR: Gina Carano To Return in The Mandalorian Season 4?



With The Mandalorian Season 3 set to release early next year along with the two spin-off shows Ahsoka and The Book of Boba Fett also releasing relatively soon a rumor has surfaced that Season 4 will not only not be the last season for the show, but also Gina Carano’s Cara Dune will return.

Gina Carano was, of course, let go from her role under questionable circumstances. Fans of the show have been asking for her to return for quite some time, even threatening to no longer support the show.

With Carano’s fan favorite character, Cara Dune, being worked out of the show it supposedly threw a monkey wrench into the plans of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. So much so that the spin-off show, Rangers of the New Republic, was supposedly scrapped due to Carano being a key character.

But a new rumor suggests she may indeed return.

The rumor gained traction on We Got This Covered as once again YouTuber Mike Zeroh is staring up the rumor mill. (Please note that Mike Zeroh has a mixed track record when it comes to leaks, so this could be a false report.)

The YouTuber claims that Jon Favreau went out of his way to convince Disney higher-ups to bring back the actress and his campaign to bring her back supposedly worked. Due to Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy reportedly no longer having much power at the studio she cannot object to Carano’s reinstatement.

Mike Zeroh says that at the end of 2021 Mandalorian Season 4 will be announced and says that Gina Carano’s character will return to finish her story arc in that show. This means that the Rangers of the New Republic show may finally the off the ground.

Again this is all speculation as none of this can be confirmed, but hopefully there is some truth to this rumor.

Do you think Cara Dune will return to The Mandalorian?

Source: We Got This Covered

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