The For the Win Project is a non-profit organization founded by Paramount Pictures Creative Director Jesse Wilson, and Photographer Jaimie Trueblood, that gives seriously ill, disabled, and disadvantaged children the chance to be their favorite heroes in their very own “official” movie poster and trailer. Read more here: FOR THE WIN PROJECT: TURNING HEROES INTO… Read more »
We’re mentioned in this video about our friends at MagicWheel Chair. We co-operated the booth this Halloween weekend at Stan Lee’s ComicCon in 2017. “Megyn Kelly spotlights Ryan and Lana Weimer, founders of the nonprofit Magic Wheelchair, who have several children with wheelchairs and who construct spectacular, ingenious costumes for kids with disabilities, including a… Read more »
Anyone who’s seen Ghostbusters has likely dreamed of becoming a ghoul-getter themselves. Well, thanks to the For the Win Project and Sony Pictures, 8-year-old Braeden Rios actually got to live that dream. Read the entire article here: http://ew.com/movies/2017/06/20/ghostbusters-dan-aykroyd-project-for-the-win/
The world can be a pretty crappy place, but one thing everyone agrees on is that making the dreams of sick kids come true is incredibly awesome. And that’s what recently happened for an eight-year-old Iowa boy named Braeden Rios… Read More on io9.com https://io9.gizmodo.com/watch-a-kid-become-a-ghostbuster-for-a-day-with-dan-ayk-1796173814
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A long 12 years ago, in a Los Angeles far, far away … Noah Bella Michaelis was born with a congenital heart defect.
Two boys from the Salem area who are battling rare medical conditions got the full Hollywood treatment Monday during a special screening at the Salem Cinema.
An empowering project is offering kids who have spent a long time in the hospital the chance to show how heroic they truly are.
Children and adults both view movie posters in awe. They are larger than life and are usually the first piece of art we ever hang in our rooms.
Meet The Incredible Aaron and Darth Noah. Lots of kids have poster of their favorite superheros and celebrities, but how many kids get to be their favorite superhero?