'What do you care about?' Leonardo DiCaprio, Kendall Jenner, Zendaya and Bella Thorne join host of celebs urging America to Vote Your Future
What do celebs care about?
A whole range of different things according to a new PSA, but they all agree on one: Americans should vote.
The Vote Your Future campaign has released a star-crammed video featuring dozens of famous faces revealing which issues concern them most, and pleading with citizens to make their voice heard come next month's election.
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What do you care about? Leonardo DiCaprio joined a host of celebs urging America to Vote Your Future on Tuesday
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kendall Jenner, Robert De Niro, Zendaya, Eva Longoria and Bella Thorne are just some of the names making the plea.
While the three minute clip edits together brief glimpses of each, the Vote Your Future channel contains dozens more clips less than a minute each, of each celeb stating their case.
The videos are non partisan and do not mention either candidate - Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton - by name or party; in fact many of the featured stars urge voters to go to the polls, even if they disagree with them.
However it is not hard to decipher which candidates each celeb is backing... and they are heavily in favour of one in particular.
That 70s vote: Among the videos, none are as emotionally charged as a tearful Wilmer Valderrama, who is pushing for immigration law reform
Old School: Robert De Niro and Jonah Hill also called on Americans to use their vote
Among the videos, none are as emotionally charged as a tearful Wilmer Valderrama, who is pushing for immigration law reform.
'My community comes here, waves the flag like nobody else — in unity,' he says, welling up.
'In my Latino community, respect is all we want. We take the jobs that people assume don't exist. And somehow we are taking those jobs from people?
'So it's important we get our respect back. It's important we pay tribute to the may generations of immigrants who come here and sacrifice everything just to give their kids the education that they never had.'
Made it to 25: Scrubs star Donald Faison is another who gets visibly emotional, as he appeals for racial inequality
Redheads unite: Emma Stone pushed for equality, while Julia Roberts wants clean oceans and air
While he doesn't state who he will be voting for, it is unlikely to be the one who intends building a wall.
Scrubs star Donald Faison is another who gets visibly emotional, as he appeals for racial inequality.
'My kids are brown. There's a possibility that because of the colour of their skin, they're not gonna live past 25... especially my sons,' he said.
Olivia Wilde - who was heavily pregnant when recording - pushed for reproductive rights.
Vested interest: Olivia Wilde - who was heavily pregnant when recording - pushed for reproductive rights
Issues: Sarah Hyland backs medical research, while Martin Sheen's priority is the environment
'This election cycle I'm thinking a lot about reproductive rights; everyone's right to plan when they want to have a family. And it's on my mind because I'm literally about to have a baby... like, in a minute,' she said, showing off her huge bump.
'To be able to decide exactly how and when and why and where I want to have a baby, and I believe that is a basic human right.'
An incredulous Bella Thorne meanwhile appealed for common sense gun laws.
'You can't drink, you can't smoke a cigarette, but you can go buy an assault rifle? I'm sorry, what do you need an assault rifle for at 18 years old?' she asked.
Thorny issue: An incredulous Bella Thorne meanwhile appealed for common sense gun laws
Future: Ed ward Norton was worried about damage to the planet's ecology, while Eva Longoria wasnts economic mobility for women
'I understand the right to bear arms and to protect your family. To have a handgun in your own home, yes I can understand that. But there's no reason that anyone all over the world can just buy any freaking gun they want.'
Instead of pushing a particular issue, Kate Hudson just asked for a president who can communicate.
First and foremost I think in a president I'm looking for a real communicator who can explain to people why we need to make different choices,' she claimed. 'And when they talk about implementing change in our country that I can see the steps and follow the steps as to how they could possibly get that done. And I think that gets people more involved in the change.
'That all starts and ends with communication. And I'm going to vote for the one that communicates the best.'
Follow me: Instead of pushing a particular issue, Kate Hudson just asked for a president who can communicate
Use it: John Slattery wants gun control reform, while Anne Hathaway wanted those who were pi**ed off to vote instead of just complaining
Kendall Jenner called on her fellow millennials to put someone in charge who wants to do good.
'We the millennials, not just you, me included, all of us. We have so much power, we're the biggest generation there is. And I think that we should take that power and really use it. To make a change in the world, to make a change in something that you believe in, you have to get out there and vote,' she said.
'I think someone that genuinely wants to do good is going to have to run our country. If youre with me, then vote. If you're not with me... vote.'
Zendaya meanwhile urged people to remember the price paid for your right to vote.
It counts: Kendall Jenner called on her fellow millennials to put someone in charge who wants to do good
Balance: Rose McGowan wants rid of the wage gap, while Kathy Griffin wants gender equality
'There was a time when women couldn't vote. There was a time when black people couldn't vote. There was a time when black people weren't even considered human beings. You have to remember that. And you have to remember how much blood and sweat and tears and marching and strength went into allowing you to vote,' she said.
'There's probably a reason they did that, and it probably means that's its something that you should be doing.'
Leonardo DiCaprio perhaps came the closest to attacking one of the candidates without using any names.
Remember: Zendaya meanwhile urged people to remember the price paid for your right to vote.
Staying alive: Moby also appealed for gun control, while Ken Jeong spoke for healthcare
'I can't imaging having a political leader that doesn't listen to the scientific community,' he said. 'Over 97 per cent of the scientific community is in complete agreeance that we are contributing to climate change.
'To deny that means that you are not a part of the modern world. You don't believe in modern science, or facts. We can't argue it any more. We dont have enough time.'
The series also includes appeals from Julia Roberts, Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Rami Malek, Kathy Griffin, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Hyland, Hannah Hart, Alyx Weiss, David Schwimmer, Jonah Hill, Dean Winters, Harvey Keitel, Martin Sheen, Ben Schnetzer, Mayim Bialik, Alyssa Milano, Kelly Oxford, Anne Hathaway, Milo Ventimiglia, Karla Souza, Bobby Cannavale, Megan Boone, Rajiv Dhall, Ricky Dillon, Miranda Cosgrove, Beanie Feldstein, Rose McGowan, John Slattery, Michelle Monaghan, Ken Jeong and Moby.
Great again? Samuel L Jackson claimed to have grown up in the so-called 'great' era of America, which featured segregation, homophobia and constant war
Clues: The videos are non partisan and do not mention either candidate - Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton - by name or party; however it is not hard to decipher which candidates each celeb is backing... and they are heavily in favour of one in particular
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