(LOS ANGELES) — Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Ellen DeGeneres and several other stars have banded together to send out a message this election season: “Vote 4 Stuff.”
They appear in a new public service announcement for the non-partisan campaign Vote 4 Stuff, urging people to head to the polls on Election Day, November 6. The clip, which is now available on YouTube, also features Jonah Hill, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zac Efron, Edward Norton, Selena Gomez, Amanda Seyfried, Sarah Silverman andBenicio Del Toro.
The video begins with the celebrities asking the question, “If you could vote for anything in the world…what would it be?” They initially provide humorous suggestions — Hill deadpans, “Dogs would pick up my poop with a plastic bag. See how they like it.”
Eventually they get serious and mention real issues, like employment, education and taxes.
The stars ask viewers to submit tweets, photos and videos to Vote 4 Stuff’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages regarding the issues that are important to them. The entries will be incorporated into the campaign.
DiCaprio’s production company is a producer of Vote 4 Stuff.
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Frank Pallotta, CNN Newswire
Joshua Berlinger, CNN Newswire