Avengers come together for a Dying child after Twitter Plea

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When entertainers become philanthropists, the visual is very inspiring. Actors Chris Evans and Ryan Reynolds, who portray Captain America and Deadpool in the Marvels superhero franchise Avengers  have assembled to spend time with a dying child on a humble request that popped through Twitter.

The only wish of the dying child was to see one of the Avengers.

A popular Fox News celebrity Shannon Bream wrote a request through social media to garner love, support and empathy to the dying child with one of the Marvel's Avengers, according to a media report. 

When entertainers become philanthropists, the visual is very inspiring. Actors Chris Evans and Ryan Reynolds, who portray Captain America and Deadpool in the Marvels superhero franchise Avengers  have assembled to spend time with a dying child on a humble request that popped through Twitter.

The only wish of the dying child was to see one of the Avengers.

A popular Fox News celebrity Shannon Bream wrote a request through social media to garner love, support and empathy to the dying child with one of the Marvel's Avengers, according to a media report. 

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"Need your help Twitterverse -- trying to help a young boy who is dying. He probably has just days and all he want is a greeting from one of the Avengers. If you have a celeb connection, please let me know. Otherwise, could you help out with a RT (retweet)? Thank you in advance," Bream tweeted.

Her post earned a massive response. Evidently, her request post was re-tweeted more than 10,000 times with several people tagging different actors from the Marvel films just so they would notice. 

As a result, Evans and Reynolds gave a nod in affirmation saying they’d be glad to connect with the young patient.

"I'm more of a 'Reserve Avenger'. But happy to help," Reynolds shared a tweet. Both actors are known to be golden-hearted people who have spent time with several patients in the past. . 

Reynolds will be seen in "Deadpool 2" while Evans in "Avengers: Infinity War”.

"Thank you, everyone. Major progress has been made because of you. A special assist coming in from Jake Tapper (CNN Anchor). I guess Twitter can be full of love when someone really needs it," Bream wrote.


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