In these trying times during the Pandemic, many celeb have come forward to help people put. Whether it is through donation, or doing online concerts, or even helping parents entertain their kids. As they are stuck home, away from school and their friends, celebrities are doing their bit to keep people entertained.
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Some actors like Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams came forward to read books to kids online with an Instagram account called savewithstories, while some gave drawing lessons.
Another person who got on the bandwagon is Jake Johnson – remember him from New Girl? The sarcastic but lovable Nick Miller? Or better yet, the actor who voiced Peter B. Parker in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Johnson’s Message To The Parents:
Back in March, Johnson came up with an idea to record voice notes for kids who are home from school and bored out of their minds. And parents are at their wits ends trying to keep them busy and entertained. Which led to them watching a lot of movies with their kids, and that’s where Jake comes in.
Many parents who are home schooling their children due to the quarantine went on to DM Jake, saying how they have been watching the animated Spider-Man movie. And apparently, a lot!
So Jake, being the amazing human being he is, has offered to send the kids voice notes as Peter Parker. He asked parents to email him the kids name, and he would try to get back with an encouraging, pick me up message for them.
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Since the quarantine a lot of parents have DM’d me saying they’ve been watching Spiderverse with their kids. A lot. So, here’s my idea. If your child is home from school and wants a quick encouraging message from Peter B Peter, then send me an email with their name and I’ll try and send over a short voice note. If I don’t get to you, I apologize. #stayhome Email here if you wanna try this: email@example.com
The actor also apologized beforehand, as he acknowledged the fact that he might not be able to reply to every single one of these emails. But the important thing here is that he offered, and he tried.
The sequel to the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie has been announced, we know that the actor would be taking up the mantle of Peter B. Parker all over again. For now the Miles Morales movie is set to release in October 2022.
Johnson will also be seen in the next instalment of the Jurassic Park movie – Jurassic World: Dominion. The movie is also set to release in 2022.
For now, let’s just go to Netflix and stream Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse as many times as we can. It really is one, if not the best Spider-Man movies ever made.