On April 20, the “X-Men” and “Deadpool” actors announced on Instagram that they would be teaming up to raise money for the No Kid Hungry, Feeding America Meals on Wheels and WC Kitchen’s COVID-19 relief efforts via the All-In Challenge.
In their video announcement, Jackman and Reynolds joked that their feud dates back centuries.
“The Jackmans and Reynolds have been mortal enemies since there have been Jackmans and Reynoldses-es,” Reynolds said.
“For generations, it’s been a point of family honor to oppose each other,” Jackman added.
Despite this, though, the two actors note that they have agreed “for one day and one day only” to “not disagree” in order to raise money for charity.
As part of the All-In Challenge, one lucky superhero fan will get the chance to have Reynolds and Jackman help run their child’s lemonade stand. All of the money from the lemonade stand will be donated to first responders.
Even if you don’t win the grand prize, you can feel good about donating to a worthy cause. According to the All-In Challenge’s website, 100 percent of the money raised goes directly to charities on the front lines.
Jackman and Reynolds aren’t the only celebrities participating in the All-In Challenge. On the website, you can also enter for a chance to golf with Justin Timberlake and Bill Murray, co-host a show with Ellen DeGeneres, star in a Kevin Hart movie or have Justin Bieber sing at your house. Good luck!
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