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Some of the most popular faces in entertainment have come together to plead with the country to get out and vote on Nov. 8, 2016, in the presidential election.

Actors like Robert Downey Jr., Martin Sheen and Scarlett Johansson joined with director Joss Whedon’s new organization Save the Day to star in a series of comedy films meant to get out the vote.

The vote being for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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The stars of the series make no allusions to support of Clinton’s rival, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Though neither the former Secretary of State nor the reality TV star is mentioned by name, the first video in the series makes the message clear: don’t vote Trump.

Actor Don Cheadle asks Americans to not vote for someone who is a “racist, abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society.”

The ad also features moments where the big names remind the country to vote in their local elections to make sure their views are properly represented.

Despite not directly targeting Trump in the first ad, Whedon acknowledged his presence to the Hollywood Reporter.

“It’s not about attacking, because Donny’s real good at attacking himself,” Whedon said.

“It’s about getting people to vote, because it’s frightening the apathy that people are treating the most crucial election of their lifetimes with.”

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