Last week, news broke that a Utah movie theater may lose its liquor license because of a law preventing the screening of nudity or sex acts and serve alcohol in one spot. Brewvies, a movie theater in Utah, served alcohol and showed “Deadpool” — a movie that contains nudity and sex acts. Brewvies was written up for a violation that could suspend their liquor license for 10 days or revoke it and draw fines ranging from $1,000 to $25,000. The theater launched a Go Fund Me campaign to fight the charges and pay for legal fees — and it looks like “Deadpool” lead Ryan Reynolds has donated to the cause.
Reynolds first responded to the news on Twitter:
Thank god, they’ve found a way to legislate fun. https://t.co/vUSptxaHb9
– Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 24, 2016
Then, a $5,000 donation was made in Ryan Reynolds’ name.
Whether or not it’s actually Ryan Reynolds remains unclear, but it is by far the largest donation made to the Go Fund Me campaign. You can watch the original news report about Brewvies’ predicament below.
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