'Avengers' Stars in Civil War Over Bullied Teen Keaton Jones' Premiere Invite
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Don Cheadle says the invite from "Avengers: Infinity War" co-stars Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo is "off the table now."

The Avengers appear to be in some sort of a real-life civil war over Keaton Jones.

After a Facebook video of the middle schooler calling out his bullies went viral over the weekend, celebrities came out of the woodwork to send their support to the boy, including an invitation from Captain America himself, Chris Evans, to come to the premiere of "The Avengers: Inifinity War" in 2018. But due to the latest speculations surrounding the bullying, and the boy's mother, that offer appears to be rescinded, or at least it's being reconsidered.

Images of Kimberly with the Confederate flag and allegations of racism swirled around the family on Monday, leading Kimberly to speak out in her own defense, telling CBS News the photos were meant to be "ironic" and "funny."

Don Cheadle, who portrays War Machine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, followed developments in the Keaton story all day Monday, including allegations that Keaton was bullied for using the n-word toward classmates.

He engaged in several passionate discussions with fans about it, concluding that as far as he was concerned, Evans' initial invitation -- which he "approved" via Twitter -- was rescinded.

After the Keaton story took a turn, "Avengers" fans started bringing up other stories of bullying victims that failed to go viral, including a 10-year-old girl who allegedly committed suicide over it, and another young man who spoke passionately and intelligently to his bullies over the weekend, as well.

After one fan suggested Cheadle invite the deceased girl's parents to the premiere, he wrote, "It would never occur to me that a 'fix' would be inviting the parents to a superhero movie but maybe they would appreciate that. I’ll find out."

Mark Ruffalo, who brings the Hulk to life, was challenged about the second young man, and so he threw out an official invitation to him, backed by Evans.

At this time, it's unclear who might be joining the cast at the premiere of "The Avengers: Infinity War," if anyone. Fans might just have to wait for that "committee" to wrap up to find out. The good news is there's plenty of time. The movie doesn't come out until May 4, 2018.

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