Shortly earlier than Woody Harrelson got here below fireplace for spreading a conspiracy idea about COVID-19 vaccine producers throughout his “Saturday Night Live” monologue, the “Zombieland” actor took purpose at “absurd” protocols on Hollywood units.
“I don’t think that anybody should have the right to demand that you’re forced to do the testing, forced to wear the mask and forced to get vaccinated three years on. I’m just like, Let’s be done with this nonsense. It’s not fair to the crews,” Harrelson, 61, informed the New York Times Magazine in an interview revealed late final week.
“I don’t have to wear the mask. Why should they? Why should they have to be vaccinated? How’s that not up to the individual? I shouldn’t be talking about this [expletive],” continued the “True Detective” actor. “It makes me angry for the crew. The anarchist part of me, I don’t feel that we should have forced testing, forced masking and forced vaccination. That’s not a free country.”
The “Solo: A Star Wars Story” actor clarified he cares extra about crew members having the ability to take off masks, as he and different actors can do when delivering their strains.
“Really I’m talking about the crew. Because I can get out of wearing a mask. I can test less. I’m not in the same position they’re in, but it’s wrong. It’s three years. Stop,” Harrelson mentioned.
The “Hunger Games” star raised eyebrows Saturday along with his punchline to a long-winded story a few “crazy” script he learn.
“So the movie goes like this,” Harrelson mentioned. “The biggest drug cartels in the world get together and buy up all the media and all the politicians and force all the people in the world to stay locked in their homes. And people can only come out if they take the cartel’s drugs and keep taking them over and over. I threw the script away.”
The joke was met with close to silence from the in-person viewers — however the at-home viewers was fast to sentence the “Cheers” alum on social media.
“Interesting how he mentions being anarchist and Marxist but then makes an anti-vax joke,” argued one person. “There are so many horrible things about big pharma like insulin prices and the opioid epidemic, but people instead focus on vaccines when there’s no evidence against them. I don’t get it.”
“Who approved this,” requested a second particular person.
“F – – k you for giving this dude a platform to spread this anti-vax s – – t. call me a bad sport or whatever but i don’t think it’s funny when we’re still in the midst of an illness that’s still spreading thanks to losers like this,” wrote a 3rd particular person.
Twitter proprietor Elon Musk, in the meantime, referred to as Harrelson’s monologue a “good one.”
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