Among the celebrities who accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge recently is "Teen Wolf" actor Tyler Posey, who is starring in the upcoming Kevin Smith film, "Yoga Hosers."
Challenged by Colton Haynes, Posey tried to do a unique version of the activity that has gone viral with a mission to raise awareness for the Lou Gehrig's Disease and money for the ALS Foundation.
After filling up a kiddie pool with ice, Posey proceeds to ride his bike from across the street into it. Upon getting to the pool, the 22-year-old actor jumps off and dives in.
He then dares his "Teen Wolf" co-stars Holland Roden and Max Carver to do the Ice Buckey Challenge after he gets a second bucket of ice cold water poured on him.
Watch Posey do his own Ice Bucket Challenge version here:
While the social media campaign has raised over $15 million for ALS research, critics are blasting the challenge noting that water is being wasted while California is currently experiencing drought, E! Online reported.
Nevertheless, more and more celebrities such as "Guardians of the Galaxy" stars Chris Pratt and Dave Baustista are participating. Even billionaire entrepreneurs have joined the bandwagon.
After Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk of the private rocket company SpaceX also did the challenge and nominated Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson, pro skateboarder Tony Hawk and actor Johnny Depp.
While Persson has already accepted the challenge, Hawk and Depp are yet to respond to Musk's nomination, according to Space.
Meanwhile, Depp and Posey will be co-starring in the upcoming comic book film "Yoga Hosers," according to Hollywood Reporter.
Written and directed by Smith, "Yoga Hosers" also stars Lily-Rose Depp, Harley Quinn Smith, Genesis Rodriguez, Natasha Lyonne, Haley Joey Osment, Justin Long, Adam Brody, Austin Butler, Jason Mewes, Michael Parks, Tony Hale and Ralph Garman among others.
Set to be released in 2015, "Yoga Hosers" is the follow-up of the 2014 film "Tusk," the first installment of Smith's "The True North Trilogy" movies of Canada-based stories.
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