Ryan Reynolds is using his Hollywood celebrity standing to start an on-established film manufacturing inclusivity program for marginalized communities.

The Vancouver-born Deadpool actor declared ideas on Friday for the Team Effort and hard work Initiative, which will recruit ten to 20 trainees from Black, Indigenous and “all other marginalized communities” to function alongside professional industry experts on his future film.

Reynolds failed to title the film in a movie posted on social media, but he confirmed the manufacturing is slated to start out shooting this slide, in partnership with Netflix and SkyDance.

The actor says charges for the trainees including spend, housing and journey will appear out of his wage.

The Team Effort and hard work Initiative will function via a wing of the actor’s Highest Effort and hard work manufacturing business.

Reynolds referred to as on some others “with the privilege that I am fortunate ample to encounter” to join his exertion to develop diversity and inclusivity in the film marketplace.

Intrigued applicants can pay a visit to the Team Initiative website to utilize and acquire upcoming updates.