ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images The team behind Disney + “Star Wars” spinoff “The Bad Batch” is under fire after a trans-identifying composer who contributed to the show was reportedly “dead-named” in the credits of the most recent episode.
The error was highlighted by an X account belonging to the “Daughters of Ferrix” podcast — which, according to the account bio, explores “‘Star Wars’ from a political, historical, and queer perspective.”
“The newest episode of #TheBadBatch deadnames transgender composer Deana Kiner in the credits. This shouldn’t have happened in the first place, so it’s something that LFL or Disney need to fix NOW,” the podcast account posted on X along with a screenshot showing the composer listed as “Dean Kiner” rather than “Deana Kiner” in the credits. Was this done with malice? I thoroughly doubt it. But it is EXTREMELY careless, particularly because the previous three episodes, as released a week […]
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