Gina Carano definitely turned heads when she arrived Tuesday night at the red carpet for the premiere of “Terror on the Prairie” — her first film since being Canceled by Disney — wearing a jaw-dropping off-the-shoulder gown.
The 40-year-old actress truly stole the show when she stepped out in a black and silver sparkling full-length gown complete with 3/4 length sleeves, a train, and a leg slit for the star-studded premiere of The Daily Wire’s latest feature film.
She completed the stunning look with loose hair and black high heels. To say the superstar looked incredible would be a serious understatement.
The “Deadpool” star was joined by her fellow cast members of the new western film, such as Nick Searcy, Samaire Armstrong, Tyler Fischer, and more.
Check out some of the exclusive images below. Judging by the photos, clearly a good time was had by all.
The Daily Wire’s Brett Cooper also joined in on the fun at the premiere and looked as gorgeous as the “Haywire” star when she showed up in a strapless black gown and heels.
The actress also shared a handful of terrific pictures from the evening’s event with The Daily Wire crew and her co-stars of the film. She captioned her post on Instagram, “Here we go!!
#TerroronthePrairie premier!! @realdailywire @dailywireentertainment @bonfirelegend.”
Carano stars as Hattie McAllister, a “tough-as-rawhide pioneer mother forced to defend herself and her children against ruthless criminals terrorizing her family while her husband is away. When her husband, played by UFC champion Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone, leaves their remote homestead to buy supplies in a nearby town, it’s up to Hattie to keep their home and their children safe,” per the press release.
The premiere marks the epic comeback for the former star of Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” after she was Canceled and cut from Lucasfilm’s popular series over several social media posts that were called offensive by some in February 2021, then immediately signed by The Daily Wire to make movies.
(Disclosure: The Daily Wire has announced plans for kids entertainment content.)