For some people it is very easy to be tempted to visit famous people if they discover their addresses. The point is that many of them are going to see an invasion of their personal space. And more if we take into account that it is already invaded by being actors. It is not an optimal situation for any of those involved.
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This has just been discovered firsthand by a girl who happened to visit Zachary Levi. The actor shared a video on his Instagram in which he said that a small fan came to his house under the pretext that he had taken the wrong address (via .). The problem is that, in the words of Levi, he could not pretend very well the surprise of seeing that he had accidentally arrived at the house of whoever plays Shazam in Shazam! – 88%. The actor told her that he was lying and the girl, and her companion, who may or may not be an older sister, were left speechless. Here you can see the video and what he said:
Please do not show up without calling first or without being invited to someone else’s house. People like me … people in situations similar to mine, even in situations different from mine, they don’t like that to happen. It is creepy […] Listen, don’t show up at people’s houses. It is rude, disturbing, disturbing and it will not give you the fruits that you think it will give you because people will know that you are lying to them and it is disrespectful because if you think I am stupid enough to fall for it. the deception you are doing to me on my doorstep… No. That is not going to be the case. You’re going to be disappointed, you’re going to be freaked out, and I’m sure that’s not the kind of fan interaction you were expecting.
Then the actor sent a message to the girl, her possible older sister or mother and the driver who was waiting for them in the car:
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I don’t feel animosity against you, I don’t hate you, I don’t think you went there to hurt me, but you have to consider your motives, your decisions and you have to ask yourself if what you do makes sense, is logical or kind or if you are considering going to have a great connection with the person you are visiting … because that is not going to happen, it is a bad idea. Do not do it.
On the other hand, the actor spoke not long ago in a panel at Dragon Con 2021. There, as reported by The Direct (via .), the actor spoke of his time at Marvel and his transition from the MCU to the DCEU. Something he said, and which is certainly sad, is that it was a dream come true for him to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe because he was always a fan of comics, but he was disappointed when he realized that he had a very small and inconsequential role. He talked about the fact that in Thor’s third he didn’t even say anything, he just came out to die. Here his words:
Working on Thor was a dream come true. I grew up devouring Marvel comics. I was definitely a Marvel kid as a comic book reader… So that was great. I was very grateful that I was part of that. I was able to be in the Marvel Universe and play a really fun, interesting and different character. In the end Kenneth Branagh believed in me enough to choose me for the first one… That was really cool… I didn’t have much to do either, you know? And really, nothing to do in the third … I knew I was going to die in the third. I did not know that I was going to die, having said nothing. Even the few words they gave me were taken from me
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