In his first post on the platform, Evans announced that the Avengers will be assembling one more time for a good cause: the six actors who made up the original line-up (Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner) will be getting together for an online game night during quarantine, and one lucky fan has the opportunity to join them.
"We can do a private Q&A, you can ask us anything, we’ll spill the beans, then maybe some games," Evans said. "I would recommend Scattergories, I've been getting pretty good at that lately."
It's part of the All-In Challenge, a celeb-fronted campaign raising money for charities including Feeding America, World Central Kitchen, Meals on Wheels and No Kid Hungry, aiming to provide meals to the most vulnerable households during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Hello Instagram!! #ALLINCHALLENGE accepted!! Thanks for bringing me in, @prattprattpratt What a great cause! Gauntlet thrown down for @imsebastianstan @anthonymackie @theebillyporter @allinchallenge Here’s the link: http://allinchallenge.in/chrisevans
A post shared by Chris Evans (@chrisevans) on May 1, 2020 at 2:26pm PDT
Evans then dared a handful of his famous friends to get involved: Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie, who starred with him in Captain America movies and who are carrying on that character's legacy in the upcoming The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, and Pose and American Horror Story actor Billy Porter. Evans personally took up the challenge after being nominated by his fellow MCU star Chris Pratt, who promised a prize of getting eaten by a dinosaur in the next Jurassic World movie. Previous fundraising competitions have included Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro offering donors the chance to be an extra in the new Martin Scorsese movie Killers of the Flower Moon.
To be in with a chance to play board games with Earth's mightiest heroes and get answers to all of your burning MCU questions, visit All-In Challenge.
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