Ryan Reynolds Turns Real-life Superhero For A 12-year-old Recovering From Brain Surgery

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Ryan Reynolds, who plays Deadpool in Marvel films, turned a superhero for a 12-year-old kid recovering from brain surgery.

Written By Vaishnavi Navalka | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Ryan Reynolds played the superhero Deadpool who fights the bad guys in the movie which goes by the same name. Apart from playing a hero on screen, the actor turned a hero off-screen for a kid recovering from brain surgery. A 12-year-old boy recovering from brain surgery had his dream-come-true moment when he received a 'get well soon' card from his favourite superhero, Ryan Reynolds.

When Ryan Reynolds turned a real-life superhero

The boy’s uncle reached out to Marvel and DC comics on Twitter and wrote a special message to them. The uncle wrote about the surgery his 12-year-old nephew and requested for a get well soon card from his favourite superhero. Ryan Reynolds responded within a few minutes and also sent the kid his best wishes. The actor also sent him a video, showering loads of love. 

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Soon, other celebrities also joined in and wished the kid a speedy recovery. While some sent him a few videos to cheer him up, others sent him a few graphic messages.

Anthony's parents and friends could not thank the actors enough for their genuine gesture and could not thank them enough for bringing a smile on their kid's face.

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