Will Smith Suffering from ‘I Am Legend’ Syndrome Says Wife
Hollywood legend Will Smith is said to be a ‘shadow of his former self” as it was revealed he is suffering from ‘I Am Legend’ syndrome.
Smith played Robert Neville, a bitter ex-scientist obsessed with German porn and dogs, in the blockbuster film about a man who loses his family after a mystery cold-like virus wipes out the entire planet.
Forced to make his own porn using shop mannekins and rabid dogs, Smith battles Zombies in order to find a local store which hasn’t been looted for food and supplies. An inevitable sexual relationship with some Zombies soon develops and he kidnaps a few to try out his ‘magic cure’ on.
The film was released to widespread success, and all was good in the Pinkett-Smith household until his wife Jada returned home from an awards ceremony one day to find him building a real-life laboratory in their conservatory.
Speaking to the National Enquirer, she said: ‘Will started wearing a laboratory coat in the evenings, and watching old home movies of us like we’d all passed away. I didn’t think anything of it at first, but then he insisted we leave the curtains closed during the day and he’s been sleeping in the bath for a while now.’
‘I came down with flu a few weeks ago, and he put me in quarantine, which used to be our garage.’
Smith himself was unavailable for comment, and his publicist says he hasn’t been returning her calls.
Let’s hope there’s a sequel.