Did the terrifying vintage movie poster for The Omicron Variant really predict the Covid-19 pandemic? – To world

PEOPLE stagger after discovering a 1963 movie poster that apparently predicted the Omicron variant.

The film, titled “The Omicron Variant,” has made people question whether a film released nearly 60 years ago could have predicted the new strain of Covid, first identified by South African scientists and already spreading around the world.

The movie, titled “The Omicron Variant,” has made people question whether a movie released nearly 60 years ago could have predicted the new strain of Covid

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The creepy poster comes when Ireland confirms its first Omicron case

The creepy slogan “The day the earth was turned into a graveyard!” created fear and was described as a kind of déjà vu after people discovered the 1963 movie poster.

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma shared the poster on Twitter, writing, “Believe it or will pass out … This movie came out in 1963 … Check the tagline.”

Actor Gautam Rode also shared and said: “What are the chances … this film was released in 1963! #OmicronVariant. “

IS IT REAL?

But is everything as it seems? Here we see if the poster is real or not.

No, the poster is an altered photo of a poster for a 1974 science fiction film called Phase IV.

The IMDb synopsis of this film reads: “Desert ants suddenly form a collective intelligence and begin to wage war against the inhabitants. It’s up to two scientists and a stray girl that they save from the ants in order to destroy them. “

Irish director and writer Becky Cheatle has admitted that she was behind the parody and called it a “stupid joke”.

She said: “I was made aware that one of my posters was circulating on Spanish-speaking Twitter as” evidence “of a COVID hoax.

“That’s just nonsense because I thought Omicron Variant sounded like a 1970s science fiction movie. Please don’t get sick about my stupid joke. Thanks.”

Becky edited two more posters with Photoshop to make them seem like they were predicting the future.

OMICRON THINKING

Meanwhile, NPHET has assessed the current restrictions after it was confirmed on Wednesday that Omicron’s first case had reached Ireland.

The group met last night to discuss the current Covid-19 situation in Ireland and the best approach to contain the spread of the virus during the holidays.

The Omicron strain is spreading around the world, with cases now being discovered in England, Scotland, the Netherlands, Denmark and Australia.

The director of the National Virus Reference Laboratory and member of the National Public Health Emergency Team, Dr. Cillian De Gascun said very little is known about the terrifying new strain B.1.1.529 of Covid-19 – as experts await laboratory results that will suggest how concerned we should be.

Irish director and writer Becky Cheatle has admitted she was behind the parody and has created other posters

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Irish director and writer Becky Cheatle has admitted she was behind the parody and has created other posters
The Irish director admitted that she thought 'The Omicron Variant' sounded like something out of a '70s science fiction movie

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The Irish director admitted that she thought ‘The Omicron Variant’ sounded like something out of a ’70s science fiction movie
Omicron was first identified by South African scientists and is already spreading around the world

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Omicron was first identified by South African scientists and is already spreading around the world

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