Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro are offering a special opportunity to fans — a walk-on role in the upcoming Martin Scorsese film “Killers of the Flower Moon,” a day on set and a chance to attend the movie’s Hollywood premiere, Deadline reports.
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We recently launched #AmericasFoodFund to help make sure every family in need gets access to food at this critical time. Our most vulnerable communities need our support now more than ever. That’s why we’re asking you to help us with the #AllinChallenge. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be able to work with the great @martinscorsese_, Robert De Niro and myself, this is your chance. Robert and I are going to be starring in a new movie called Killers of the Flower Moon, directed by Martin Scorsese. We want to offer you a walk-on role, the opportunity to spend the day on the set with the three of us, and attend the premiere. To take part, please go to allinchallenge.com and donate whatever you can. 100% of your donation will go to @MealsonWheelsAmerica, @NoKidHungry and #AmericasFoodFund (@wckitchen & @feedingamerica) @officiallymcconaughey, @theellenshow and @iamjamiefoxx, will you go all in with us?
The All in Challenge, founded by Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin, encourages high-profile donors to contribute, and then distributes the money to a number of organizations that provide for people in need of food, CNBC reports.
And it’s not just DiCaprio and De Niro who are participating. Many celebrities have joined the challenge, including Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Hart, Justin Timberlake, Bill Murray, Matthew McConaughey and Justin Bieber, who is promising to select one fan to receive a private serenade of his 2009 mega-hit “One Less Lonely Girl,” BBC reports.
Mark Cuban of “Shark Tank” has also gone “all in,” offering fans who donate a minimum of $10 to the charity a chance to win a one-day contract to play for his team, the Dallas Mavericks.
Sports legend Tom Brady is offering tickets to his new team’s — the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — home opener, USAToday reports. Other major athletes have also accepted the challenge, including Peyton and Eli Manning, Magic Johnson, Anthony Rizzo and Alex Rodriguez.