As Election Day (Nov. 8) nears, promotional content for each candidate (both good and bad) is in abundance. More importantly though, is the promotion of voting. Today (Sept. 21), short-form digital production company Save the Day -- a play on words to not only save the day but also remember the date of Nov. 8 -- shared its latest video about registering to vote.
The video sees "a s---t ton of famous people" belaboring the point that every vote truly does count. Recognized figures such as Mark Ruffalo -- who will allegedly do a nude scene in his next movie "if you vote" -- Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Julianne Moore and many, many more all appear in the video.
They proceed to discuss hot topics of racism, immigration, nuclear weapons and more, taking a left-leaning stance -- "We can end this nightmare before it begins," Moore says, as Jesse Williams adds "We can save the day."