James Gunn responds to backlash Shazam!wrath of the gods Actor Zachary Levi recently received praise for his tweets against the Pfizer vaccine.
Levy, 42, recently caused considerable “outrage” on social media after tweeting a message against Pfizer.
This Shazam The actor quoted a tweet from Lindenwood that read, “Do you agree, Pfizer poses a real threat to the world.” He captioned the tweet, reading “Hardcore agree.”
Gunn, the new DC boss, spoke of the backlash as they introduced their new project, when a reporter asked, “Zach Levi, a few days ago, tweeted something about vaccines that upset some people. . Don’t know what you have to say about that.”
Filmmaker56 responded, “The actors, filmmakers I work with will say things I agree with and things I don’t agree with. That’s going to happen. I don’t have a list of things anyone should say because of my thoughts . I can’t keep changing my plans just because an actor said something I disagree with.”
“By the same token, if someone is doing something that is morally reprehensible, that’s a different story. We have to take those things into account. It’s a balance, it’s a modern world, it’s a different place,” he added.
Although Levy didn’t mention Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine in his tweet, people on Twitter thought his tweet was anti-vaccine.
Amid the backlash, Levi Aslo tweeted a link to a Justice Department press release announcing that the drug company would pay $2.3 billion to settle the deceptive marketing.
Shazam!wrath of the gods Scheduled to premiere on March 17, 2023.