Check out the video to see what James McAvoy did!
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James McAvoy was at the Oscars this week, where he presented with Danai Gurira.
McAvoy found a red Sharpie marker randomly lying on the ground at the Oscars, he got a brilliant idea. He started having celebs use it to sign his shirt.
He got signatures from many celebrities including, Amy Adams, Sam Rockwell, Guillermo Del Toro, Charlize Theron, Sarah Paulson, and Michael B. Jordan, as well as Captain Marvel, stars Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson.
When he arrived at the Vanity Fair after-party, his look had transformed. He opened his jacket to reveal that his shirt was covered in signatures from fellow celebrities.
He left early from the event as he said, he was jet-lagged.
McAvoy revealed the purpose behind the autographs and he said the plan is to sell the shirt for charity.
McAvoy said in his video that he isn’t sure about the details yet in terms of which charity and how/when the shirt will be sold. But he does have a link to donate to Ronald McDonald House in his Instagram bio, so that’s a possibility.
“Went to the Oscars. Presented. Got mugged by Sharpie-wielding celebrities,” he wrote on Instagram, along with a selfie of his autographed shirt. “I’m sure my shirt is going to be defaced by more of these entitled graffiti mentalists as the night goes on.”
“When I found a Sharpie on the floor, I started to ask all our celebrity friends to start signing my shirt,” he said. “I don’t know why I had that idea, but I did.”
“We’ve got incredible people on this shirt, and I think we’ll probably try and sell it for charity,” the actor said in his Instagram story. “Don’t know how we’ll do that, but we’ll figure out a mechanism and we’ll figure out a destination for the proceeds of this thing and we’ll do it.”
McAvoy is a supporter of Ronald McDonald House, as per his Insta bio. This charity helps families during hospitalization and is a great cause to support.
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