“I Feel Responsible For The Disinformation For ‘I Am a Legend'”

Will Smith claims to feel “responsible for the misinformation” that his 2007 film, I Am Legend, would have spread viral pandemics. Will Smith has joked about his responsibility in spreading coronavirus “disinformation” for his movie 2007, I am a legend. (Image: © Warner Bros. Pictures) More Let’s remember that that modern adaptation of Richard Matheson’s novel was set in a desolate New York after a deadly plague had annihilated most of humanity and turned the rest into monsters. In it, Smith played a virologist who turned out to be the only survivor in town, so the 51-year-old actor recently sat down with his wife Jada Pinkett, their children Trey and Willow, and their mother-in-law Adrienne Banfield-Jones in an edition special from his Facebook Watch Red Table Talk show, with the aim of discussing with “proven facts” about the consequences of the current world coronavirus crisis. “I wanted to do this because in 2008 I did I am a legend, so I feel responsible for good part of the misinformation, “the actor joked – missing the date of the film’s release.” I developed a basic and foundational understanding of viruses and viral pathogens. That really changed my life and how I see the world. “” There are basic concepts that people do not understand, “concluded the actor, who released the sequel Bad Boys for Life on January 17.” Imagine that our local hospital can accommodate 40 respiratory patients at once. And under normal circumstances, 40 respiratory patients would be many for that hospital: there will normally be 12 or 15, a quantity that can be managed, “explains the actor.” At the speed at which the virus is spreading, and that is the reason for which we must put into practice social distancing to flatten the contagion curve, if 50 people show up at the same time in that hospital with 40 beds, there will be 10 people in critical condition who will not receive help. And the death rate will skyrocket. It will be a system overload. ”In this adaptation of Richard Matheson’s novel, the 51-year-old actor played the virologist Robert Neville. (Image: © Warner Bros. Pictures) More Later the family spoke with Dr. Michael Osterholm – director of the Center for Infectious Diseases of the USA -, who assured that the main form of infection is “inhaling the air.” I had in that room you are in right now, I could pass it on to everyone sitting around the table, “added the doctor. Remember that while some leading stars like Tom Hanks or Idris Elba have tested positive for the viruses, others such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone or Judi Dench have sent messages of encouragement since confinement in their homes. More stories that may interest you: