A 12-film Marvel marathon is being held in Times Square
To help end gun violence
David Ehrlich, a popular film critic for IndieWire, is starting a fundraiser called "Punish David with Marvel Movies to Help End Gun Violence!" On April 25, Erlich will sit and watch endless superhero films at the AMC 25 in Times Square.
Taking to Twitter to promote the fundraiser, he wrote, "on April 25th, i’ll be putting the “Infinity" in #InfinityWar and enduring a 31-hour, 12-film Marvel movie marathon in Times Square to raise $$$ for @Everytown and help end gun violence in America. please be a superhero and donate or spread the word!"
on April 25th, i’ll be putting the “Infinity" in #InfinityWar and enduring a 31-hour, 12-film Marvel movie marathon in Times Square to raise $$ for @Everytown and help end gun violence in America.— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) April 9, 2018
please be a superhero and donate or spread the word!https://t.co/c9UJ4jK2wS pic.twitter.com/RgcwuJSYy6
The 31-hour movie marathon will begin with 'Iron Man' at 1:30 pm and end with 'Avengers: Infinity War' at 6 pm the next night.
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