Hugh Jackman And Ryan Reynolds Cease Their Fake Feud For Coronavirus Relief
Will those two ever really get along?
It was only recently that Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds were fueling their online fake feud and rivalry between them, but now it seems that the fun is coming to an end, or at least for now.
Hollywood stars Jackman and Reynolds have challenged each other to cease the teasing and joking online at one another for a full 24 hours as a part of the All In Challenge. The All In Challenge was started by Michael Rubin, with stars having to auction experiences to raise funds to feed the elderly, children, and those on the front-line working to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The challenge for Jackman and Reynolds is not just to be kind to each other for an entire day, but to also run a lemonade stand together without breaking.
So, I’ve agreed to trust that Ryan can hold his tongue for one day. A (very) temporary cease-fire for the @allinchallenge. I nominate @drewbrees and @Mariska & @PeterHermann. And to be assured we’re even, I also nominate @VancityReynolds. https://t.co/B4dU8MVDtb pic.twitter.com/JK5sJ0BkKm— Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) April 20, 2020
A randomly selected person from the list of supporters will have the two stars working a lemonade stand alongside the child of the winner in their own home, with all proceeds going to first responders. All of the money raised in the auction will be going directly to Feeding America, Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry.
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