Avengers Rally Against Trump For Voting Campaign Ad

They fought off heavyweight villains like Loki and Ultron, but now a number of the Avengers are setting their sights on a brand new target - Donald J. Trump. Collider reports that Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo and Don Cheadle have fronted the Save The Day campaign. On behalf of Hillary Clinton's Super PAC, the cast hope to encourage citizens to get out there and vote... for Hillary.

Such is the nature of the 2016 US Presidential election cycle, the video has already divided people down the middle. With 626,000 views and counting, the commercial has over 27,000 likes and 22,000 dislikes since it was published online tonight.

Directed by Joss Whedon, the biggest punch was left for Cheadle who called Trump a "racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society." David Harbour of Stranger Things fame concluded that point by simply stating - "do the math."

Hulk Turns From Feeling The Bern To Backing Clinton


Mark Ruffalo is no novice when it comes to election campaigns and the world of politics. Even in this year alone, he publicly backed former Democratic nominee Bernie Sanders strongly. He contested against Clinton in the primaries, fronting rallies and speaking out against corporate interests.

Back in April he toured Brooklyn College with Sanders, as they walked and talked. The pair discussed his history with the region and why he wanted to run for the presidency this election. The green machine might not have the candidate that fits his personal views, but he has seen enough from the Republican nominee to switch his allegiances.

Behind The Scenes Video Shows Actors Lighter Side

With Neil Patrick Harris going topless for the cameras, Robert Downey Jr. amusing himself with a flamenco dance and Keegan-Michael Key suggesting that the video needs "more Ruffalo," the serious message did not prevent the cast from having some fun in the process.

The 3-minute original had a tongue-in-cheek element to it, as well as being very self aware to reference others of its type. But Whedon wanted to illustrate exactly why these performers agreed to the production. While also pushing the underlying importance of getting people out to the ballot box on November 8th.save