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Josh, a 17-year-old from Australia, has been battling leukemia and brain cancer. His family and friends have started a campaign to get him some supportive messages from his favorite actors. Marvel stars Ryan Reynolds, Chris Evans, Tom Holland, and more have reached out. Business Insider reports Reynolds sent a video saying, "I just wanted to call and send you this video to let you know that we love you, that we're thinking about you."

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