Chris Pratt offers to be “eaten” by a dinosaur in a drawing to benefit


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The actor Chris Pratt (40 years) offers an original sweepstakes beneficial for the crisis of the coronavirus: The possibility of “being eaten” by a dinosaur in the third movie of the franchise Jurassic World: Dominion.

This proposal forms part of All In Challenge, an initiative in which a number of celebrities auctioned off experiences in order to raise donations for various charitable causes that seek to alleviate the effects of the pandemic and to which have been added, among others, Leonardo DiCaprio (45), Robert De Niro (76) and the cast full of Friends.

“Each winner will appear in the film Jurassic World: Dominion being eaten by a dinosaur! Get inmortalizarte in motion picture history!”, wrote Pratt in his profile of Instagram.

Entries for the sweepstakes cost 9 euros, which will be donated to charitable causes related to the coronavirus.

Then, the actor appointed three members of another franchise for which he has worked, Marvel: Chris Evans (38), Chris Hemsworth (36) and Robert Downey Jr. (55).

Pratt received the nomination of Justin Bieber (26), who for his part gave the winners a visit to his hometown, where he will give a private concert.

Among other actions of the challenge All In ChallengeLeonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro raffled off the chance to accompany them and participate in the filming of Killers of the Flower Moon, the next film Martin Scorsese (77), and go to its premiere in Hollywood.

For its part, the protagonists of Friends will allow its winners to attend the anticipated meeting of the six stars of this series in a special for HBO Max.

“We invite you and five of your friends to join us six in the Study 24,” he said Jennifer Aniston (51) on Instagram, in reference to the facilities of Warner Bros. where shooting the comedy.

Jennifer Aniston has announced with this photo the next meeting of the 'Friends'.

Jennifer Aniston has announced with this photo the next meeting of the ‘Friends’.

Some celebrities can also donate directly, in addition to offer their expertise, as in the case of Ellen DeGeneres (62), who has delivered $ 1 million to charities and auction the possibility of presenting next to her an edition of his television program, The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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