A massive list of celebrities have joined director Joss Whedon’s activist group Save The Day to encourage members of the American public to register to vote, and in a star-studded viral video they offered up a naked Mark Ruffalo as an incentive.
Despite the ‘Hulk’ actor not seeming totally on board with it, big names such as James Franco, Julianne Moore and Neil Patrick Harris promised voters if they “helped protect the country from fear and ignorance,” they might get a sneak peek at Ruffalo’s junk in his next film.
Speaking out against electing a “racist abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society” they warned voters not to “give nuclear weapons to a man who’s signature move is firing things”.
But the nature of the video was met with a lot of disdain in the comments section, with some calling it “propaganda”.
Seemingly not worried by the response from Trump supporters, speaking to BuzzFeed Whedon dubbed it “a voting PSA to help get out the vote and stop orange Muppet Hitler”.
The veteran director also said Save The Day plans some more ads to motivate people to vote in congressional elections as well.