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David Harbour Promises To Officiate Wedding In Full 'Hellboy' Attire If He Gets 666K Retweets 🔥

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David Harbour, who plays the beloved character Chief Hopper on Stranger Things, is winning fans over outside the fictional world of Hawkins, Indiana.

His Twitter account @DavidKHarbour has taken on a life of its own with a series of "how many retweets" challenges. It starts with fans asking the actor how many retweets it will take for him to complete a challenge. So far he has taken senior photos with this fan and another campaign had him dancing with penguins in the Antarctica for Greenpeace.

Now it seems he was asked to officiate writer Spencer Perry's wedding wearing the full Hellboy costume from Harbour's latest role.

This is how it all went down.

Challenge accepted, but the price is steep. It's going to take 666,000 retweets, but there was hope.

The challenge was quickly accepted with a twist.

Fans are all about making this happen.

If they get married, we'll get married. Everyone will get married!

Stop talking and start tweeting!

Don't forget 500,000 got knocked off for the poem.

So doable!

So far there are 22,000 so there's still a ways to go, but it's not impossible. Let's all help out!

H/T: Bloody Disgusting, Mashable

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