Joss Whedon Makes Last Push For Hillary Clinton in New Star-Studded Super PAC Videos

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In the final stretch before election day, director Joss Whedon released two new PSA spots on Monday (Nov. 7) urging American's to cast their votes on election day (Nov. 8). The videos are the latest of Whedon's pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Save the Day digital campaign which he launched in Sept. and donated $1 million towards.

Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Keegan-Michael Key, James Franco, Julianne Moore, Neil Patrick Harris and more once again joined in a video to offer the final push of encouragement to get out and vote in "Vote Tomorrow."


"Who's gonna get out there and vote?" Downey Jr. asks. "If you know someone who needs a ride, or a kick in the ass get 'em there," adds Key. 


 

"Blood Money" focuses the on impact of of NRA in American politics. Activist Sarah Ullman is shown speaking about the 18 U.S. Senators up for reelection who have voted against universal background checks even though it's supported by most Americans.


 

Since September, the Avengers helmer has released a series of videos to promote the importance of voting.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.