On Sunday, news host and journalist Shannon Bream put out a message on Twitter asking for help. He probably has just days and all he wants is a greeting from one of the Avengers. Otherwise, could you help out with a RT (retweet)? "Thank you in advance!"
Gal took to social media and Tweeted at Reynolds saying "Dude stole my look", with an image of Deadpool making the "X" symbol in the back of an aircraft.
'Done. God bless you!' She told Chris, before replying to Ryan's tweet, writing, 'Done.
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Chris is now about to embark on the promotional trail for the next Marvel Blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, while Ryan is similarly about to start doing some serious press for May's Deadpool 2. He was joined by his Age of Ultron and Infinity War co-star, Paul Bettany. "I sent the tweet and said a prayer".
Earth's Mightiest Heroes will be teaming up with just about every Marvel Cinematic Universe do-gooder in this April's Avengers: Infinity War. Chloe Bennet, star of Agents of SHIELD, also responded to Bream's request for help.
And within hours, "Captain America" star Chris Evans, "Ant-Man" actor Paul Rudd and other big-screen superheroes answered the call and contributed videos for the boy, whose name is Emilio. Zachary Levi, who played Fandral in Thor, also offered help.
Bettany, who voiced J.A.R.V.I.S.in the "Iron Man" films and plays Vision in "The Avengers" also reached out, while Ryan Reynolds joked that he's "more of a 'Reserve Avenger'". We'll keep you updated on how the story with the young boy plays out in the coming days.