COVID Scare At Will Smith And Jada Pinkett’s Production Company
Will Smith And Jada Pinkett’s Production: Coronavirus is clearly not leaving anyone as now it has come to haunt Will Smith and Jada Pinkett. As many as 10 people from Will and Jada’s production company have come out as positive for the virus while there is a chance of more people. The health website of LA County shows that nine people have tested positive for the virus from the Calabasas office. This has raised some serious questions on the restarting of film and TV production. The total number of coronavirus cases in the US is the most among all other countries.
Will Smith And Jada Pinkett’s Production Company
For those of you who don’t know, Will and Jada’s production company is Westbrook Inc. The two came up with the company in 2019. Moreover, it is a parent company to Will and Jada’s Westbrook Studios. It is the television and film production company of the couple. Jada’s famous talk show, Red Table Talk’s production company- Red Table Talk Productions also comes under Westbrook. If the latest rumours are true, then Will is going to produce the reboot of his famous sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
What Do Will Smith And Jada Pinkett Have To Say On The Coronavirus Cases
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett did not make any personal statement regarding the coronavirus cases that have come in their company. However, Westbrook released an official statement from their side to give some clarity regarding the situation. The official statement read, “We received 10 positive tests, and the crew members quarantined and remained in quarantine.” Jada Pinkett called famous epidemiologist Dr Osterholm during lockdown to Red Table Talk to spread awareness on coronavirus. Moreover, Will Smith also had a virtual chat with Dr Anthony Fauci on the same issue.
All 10 People Of Will Smith And Jada Pinkett’s Production Tested Negative
As a relief, all the ten people who tested positive for the virus have now come out of the virus safely. The company’s official statement further read, “All 10 people were retested and have received negative results. We will continue to follow all official guidelines and safety protocols.”