Things We Saw Today: Superheroes Joined Together for a Charity Hockey Event!
Face Off To Fight Cancer is an annual hockey event from MDC Productions that pairs celebrities with the NYPD, federal agents, professional NHL players, and more to play a hockey game to raise money for cancer research. This year, the event saw stars like Sebastian Stan, Taylor Kitsch, Liev Schrieber, and more heading to the ice to help raise money.
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REPOST • @mdceleste Heroes. Every single one of you. Thank you so much for all the good you put into the world, and for caring about the same things I care about. 😜 I feel very fortunate to be safely tucked under Liam Neeson’s armpit and spending quality time with this unbelievable crew. ❤️ #matisyahu #liamneeson #taylorkitsch #sebastianstan @faceofftofightcancer #charity #hockey #aboutlastnight
The game—followed by a reception of donated food and drink—took place on October 27th at the Chelsea Pier in Manhattan, but you can still donate in hopes of raising a bit more money. To be honest, it’s a smart way of raising money for cancer research and gets fans to come out to see some of their favorite stars, all knowing they’re supporting cancer research. It also helps when you get Taylor Kitsch on ice.
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Here are some other stories we saw today:
- Elio’s father’s monologue (in Call Me By Your Name) isn’t how we interpreted it. (via IndieWire)
- Emilia Clarke isn’t going to step foot back into a big franchise any time soon. (via IndieWire)
are you…fucking….kidding me?? they’re installing cameras in front of every single turnstyle at the fulton stop in manhattan right now pic.twitter.com/6QbirJSVSg
— Rosemary Donahue (@rosadona) November 1, 2019
- How Watchmen uses superheroes to explore being black in America. (via SlashFilm)
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Anything we missed out there today, Mary Suevians? Let us know in the comments below!
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