Akiva Goldsman responded to anti-vaccine misinformation which cites the fictional feature starring Will Smith (in which a genetically reprogrammed virus and not a vaccine turns people into vampires) as evidence for not receiving the safe and effective shots to combat the coronavirus.
“Oh. My. God. It’s a movie,” tweeted Goldsman, whose script with Mark Protosevich was based on Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel of the same name.
“I made that up. It’s. Not. Real,” he added.
Oh. My. God. It’s a movie. I made that up. It’s. Not. Real.
— Akiva Goldsman (@AkivaGoldsman) August 9, 2021
Turning into a vampire is not one of them.
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