Benedict Cumberbatch isn't letting his superpowers go to waste.
The actor, who stars as the title character in the upcoming Doctor Strange, is helping Marvel launch it's new Hero Acts campaign to benefit Save the Children.
In short, Marvel Studios will donate $5 to Save the Children up to $1 million for every fan who uploads a photo of themselves in their favorite Marvel superhero pose to MarvelStudiosHeroActs.com.
"We filmed Doctor Strange in Nepal and several other countries and everywhere we went in the world, I met Marvel fans," Cumberbatch says a video released earlier today. "But I also saw kids who are facing enormous challenges, challenges that no one should ever have to face. With the help of our fans, Hero Acts can change that."
Doctor Strange, which co-stars Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton and Mads Mikkelsen, will be in theaters on Nov. 4.