Could It Really Be This Simple to Get Mark Ruffalo Totally Naked?

A star-studded new super PAC video slams Trump.


A “shit ton” of celebrities just made a video for Save the Day, part of a new campaign to get people to the ballot boxes on election day this November.

The parody of a classic public service announcement was posted to YouTube on Wednesday and was paid for by a new super PAC headed by Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and recent director of the Avengers.

The actors—including Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and Don Cheadle—give some pretty compelling reasons to register to vote on November 8, especially making sure a certain presidential candidate doesn’t get into office: “You can only get this many famous people together if the issue is one that truly matters to all of us, like… a racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society.”

Oh, and Mark Ruffalo: Don’t promise what you can’t deliver. Watch it above.

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