'Shazam' Star Blasted After Sharing Tweet Labeling Pfizer a 'Danger to the World'


Actor Zachary Levi is taking heat after a tweet he shared about Pfizer.

Early Sunday morning, the star of “Shazam” re-tweeted a user who asked, “Do you agree or not, that Pfizer is a real danger to the world?”

“Hardcore agree,” Levi wrote.

Lawyer Max Kennerly wrote, “For your own sake, please call [Mark Ruffalo] and beg him to help you understand how celebrities can be outspoken critics of corporate America, Big Pharma, and even Pfizer specifically without playing into antivax propaganda.”

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“[Mark Ruffalo], I know it is DC and Marvel but could we do some sort of intervention here?” asked author Matt Wallaert.

Another user wrote, “Okay, one less movie ticket to spend money on. Stupid.”

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“First DC movie released direct to fox nation,” wrote a user named Rich.

Journalist James O’Malley tweeted, “Wonder Woman 3 cancelled, Black Adam a failure, the less said about The Flash the better. But at least the Shazam sequel is shaping up… …Oh no.”

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Daniel Summers, a pediatrician, tweeted, “I really really want to give you the benefit of the doubt here, given that you cite in another tweet a fraud settlement that is wholly unrelated to vaccines, but even if you don’t mean vaccines (and I deeply hope you don’t), you’re giving aid to those who do.”

“Please delete,” he added.

By Monday morning, the tweet had not been deleted.

Levi’s tweet comes weeks before the “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” is scheduled to hit theaters.

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