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Ryan Reynolds & Hugh Jackman Pause Social Media Feud For Charity

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Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman’s hilarious social media feud took a halt for charity alliance. On Monday, both Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman end their hilarious social media feud to support the All-In Challenge. The actors are teaming up to help one lucky fan have a lemonade stand to raise money for, Feeding America, No Kid Hungry, Meals on Wheels and WC Kitchen’s coronavirus relief efforts.

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman Stopped The Feud For Charity

Fanatics founder Michael Rubin has started The All In Challenge. This celebrity auction is raising funds to feed the elderly, children and frontline workers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Hence when a celebrity accepts it, he/she then challenges another star to join the cause.

Both Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman shake hands to join the cause. As a matter of fact, the rival actors shared a video in which they declared that the duo will generate a lemonade stand together for the child of the chosen bidder.

“We’ll stop our feud for one day and help sell a different type of drink: Lemonade. At your child’s lemonade stand. That’s right, all to help fight food insecurity because no one deserves to go hungry.”

Longest Running Ryan Reynolds’ ‘feud’ with Hugh Jackman

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘feud’ with Hugh Jackman is one of the longest-running which dates back to 2008, these hilarious political attack ads, face masks, and acerbic social media comments have created a thread of comical feud between the Wolverine and Deadpool. The latest among them are Ryan response to Hugh’s anniversary post and vice versa Ryan Reynolds throws comments on Hugh Jackman’s picture.

Although the Marvel stars declared a truce in their long-running feud just a year ago but that didn’t survive for long. However, this time the situation is pretty different. The superheroes, in fact, announced a day off from the vendetta. They are ready to give their full support to All In Challenge together.

Celebrities Are Supporting The All In Challenge Cause

It’s not only Ryan Reynold and Hugh Jackson joining the cause to help COVID-19 sufferers, yet other celebrities have also raised funds for the pandemics.  Leonardo DiCaprio has joined the All In Challenge last week. He, thus, offered the chance for one lucky fan to have a walk-on role in his upcoming film Killers of the Flower Moon.

Marvel Actors Are In The Scene

Both the actors are busy in different projects the upcoming Ryan Reynold’s movies include The Croods and Red Notice. Hugh Jackson will be seen in Wolverine 2 and Bad Education.

 

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