DiCaprio and De Niro ask for money for the COVID-19 to change to appear in his film



Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro was offered a small role in his next film as an incentive to fans who donate in a fundraising to address the COVID-19.

The stars will take part, “Killers of the Flower Moon”, one of the most anxiously awaited films of the year that comes, directed by Martin Scorsese and it tells a real life story about the murders of indigenous people in Oklahoma in the 1920s.

“If you’ve ever wondered how it is to work with the great Martin Scorsese, this is your chance,” said DiCaprio in a video on Instagram on Wednesday.

The winner, selected at random, also we will have lunch with the star and the director, and will attend the premiere.

The initiative is part of the #AllInChallenge released this Tuesday, in which stars of the show or the sport auctioned off or donate a “unique experience for the fans”, and challenge others to do the same.

The organizers have raised up to $ 4 million -with the goal of getting to 100– with prizes like having Justin Bieber in home for a private concert, watch a basketball game of the Lakers with Magic Johnson, or playing golf with Rob Lowe.

All profits will go to charities that provide food assistance to those most in need during the confinement by the coronavirus, including Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, which launched this month DiCaprio with Laurene Jobs, the widow of Steve Jobs.

In your video DiCaprio challenged Ellen DeGeneres, who have been offered the opportunity to convert to a donor in a co-host of his program, and Matthew McConaughey, who offers an invitation to his private box to watch a football game in Texas.

The campaign is the latest in a series of initiatives of high profile celebrities to help during the deadly pandemic of the coronavirus, ranging from donations to multi-million dollar singer Rihanna to the new aid fund of 1,000 million dollars from the ceo of Twitter Jack Dorsey.

Some have chosen themes closest to his heart: the co-creator of “Seinfeld”, Larry David, began a campaign GoFundMe of $ 150,000 to support the caddies of golf without working in your exclusive Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles.