Hugh Jackman, Gerard Butler team-up to fight poverty

New York: Actors Hugh Jackman and Gerard Butler have joined forces to fight poverty.

Introducing the Global Poverty Project’s premiere of the movie "1.4 Billion Reasons," Jackman urged guests to text a donation to the GPP, offering his personal services as a "technical adviser" to get them to pay up.

The ‘Wolverine’ star even offered a one-on-one workout session as an auction item, and said, "Don’t worry, we’ll make the workout aerobics," reports the New York Post.

Guests included Rory Tahari, Bronson van Wyck and Anthony Edwards.

Fashion icons Donna Karan and Anna Wintour joined Jackman and Butler at MoMA on Wednesday night in the campaign.


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