Zachary Levi sparks anti-vaxxer rumors with tweets critical of coronavirus vaccine maker Pfizer… just over a month before his Shazam sequel is set to debut
The actor Zachary Levi left fans wondering if he was opposed to vaccinations after he posted tweets critical of the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer in the early hours of Sunday.
The Shazam! Fury Of The Gods star — whose new DC Comics film is set to hit theaters on March 17 — set off the controversy after he quote tweeted a post from an account espousing anti-vaccine views that claimed Pfizer was ‘a real danger to the world.’
Levi, 42, wrote in his retweet, ‘Hardcore agree 😐.’
DailyMail.com has reached out Levi’s representative for comment.
Anti-vax controversy: Zachary Levi sparked rumors that he may have anti-vaccine views after he posted multiple tweets critical of the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer early on Sunday; seen in December 2021 in Los Angeles
Response: The actor tweeted a post from an account espousing anti-vaccine views that claimed Pfizer was ‘a real danger to the world,’ and added his response, ‘Hardcore agree’
The Chuck actor soon followed up with another reposted tweet from a link titled, ‘Justice Department announces largest healthcare fraud settlement in history.’
He then typed out, ‘Just one example of what I’m referring to…,’ followed by a sad face emoji.
The latest tweets from the talented star immediately prompted backlash from social media users who jumped to the comment section to offer their own thoughts.
One follower wrote out, ‘Chuck was good but not good enough for you to be doing all this…’
Another tweet: The Chuck actor shared another repost with an ‘example’ from the Justice Department, and penned, ‘Just one example of what I’m referring to…,’ followed by a sad face emoji