You know what’s awesome? We are only weeks away from seeing The Avengers: Age of Ultron hit theaters on May 1st. You know what would be badass? Attending the premiere in Los Angeles. How do you pack more punch than that? You go with Iron Man himself, Robert Downey, Jr., and it’s a good thing RDJ wants to make that happen.
Not to be outdone, he’ll also be throwing in some indoor skydiving, doughnuts for breakfast, a motorcade arrival and an outfit for the premiere. You’ll be walking alongside Chris Hemsworth and Scarlett Johansson for God’s sake, so try and clean up a bit. All you need to do is head over to Omaze and contribute some dough for a good cause.
There are multiple donation packages to choose from and the proceeds benefit Julia’s House, a children’s hospice charity. I can’t hype this enough, but you know who can? RDJ! Check it out his official prize description:
Indoor sky diving, breakfast at Randy’s Donuts, a helicopter around LA, and that’s just the beginning. Got your attention? Great. I’ll be flying you and a friend out to LA to spend a day like Tony Stark before my motorcade picks you up en route to the World Premiere of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. And since we’ll be walking the red carpet together, I’ll make sure my team hooks you up with a tux or gown ahead of time. We’ll watch the movie, have some caviar, and if it all goes well, maybe I’ll even reconsider that whole ‘no sidekick’ thing. See you soon.
Here’s his video introduction for the contest:
Are you not entertained?! The prize packages range from $10 to $50,000 and there are loads of cool stuff to collect. They have t-shirts, autographs, set visits and much more and you have to check it out. I would easily give my left hand to assemble alongside the Avengers, but $25 will do just for a chance. You have until April 7th to enter.
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