Derrickson followed up his two tweets by posting an August 18 article by The A.V. Club that ran with the headline: "Movie theaters are reopening, but is it safe to go? Experts say hell no."In the article, The A.V. Club spoke to Dr. Ann W. Rimoin, a professor of epidemiology and director of the Center For Global and Immigrant Health at the University of California, who said: "there is no scenario in which going to a movie theater is a good idea."Another expert, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, a physician, epidemiologist, and former city health commissioner, agreed with Rimoin: "It's just about the last thing I'd do right now."El-Sayed said: "From what we understand, the virus is transmitted through aerosolized droplets that come out of our mouths, oftentimes when we talk or when we laugh or when we sing. And so, being in a room for two hours with a bunch of folks who are laughing at a movie, and where air is not being circulated in an efficient way, and where you don't know who has been in there before you, that's really hazardous exposure. I just don't think it's worth it."