Avengers cast is coming together again for a virtual fundraiser for supporting presidential candidate, Joe Biden.
Although not all the cast is a part of the fundraiser, we still have Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, Zoe Saldana, Paul Rudd, and Mark Ruffalo. All these stars will be taking part in the event held on October 20, Voters Assemble.
The cast would not be alone and will be joined by Joe’s running mate, Kamala Harris. Along with the cast, The Russo Brothers will also be taking part in the fundraiser. The directors of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will join the others for Q-and-A and a trivia game.
The Russo Brothers have directed four movies in the MCU, which includes Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Captain America: Civil War (2016), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame.
The live stream event will have the facility for supporters to donate any amount to Joe Biden Victory Fund. All the instructions for the event will be on the page where supporters will be directed after donating.
Voters can also contact email@example.com if they don’t receive the information. The Avengers cast has been vocal about their plans of voting and has encouraged their fans to vote through the help of their social media.
Avengers Raise Awareness For Important Issues
Mark, who played the Hulk in the Avengers, put on a face mask that had vote written on it. He captioned the image and encouraged fans to elect champions who will fight for the “Green New Deal”. He also urged to “push the Congress to pass climate action that matches the scale of the problem with urgency”.
Don, who played James Rhodes in the MCU also has been vocal about his awareness of climate change and voting rights. He urged his home state of Missouri to get out and vote in the presidential election.
Chris, who played Captain America, started his own civic engagement app and website called A Starting Point. The website educates people on some of the most important issues and helps voters to make educated choices in the upcoming election.
Zoe, who played Gamora, also has been vocal about her attention to women and their power at the polls. She wrote, “Women are the most powerful force in America. We are the majority of people and voters in this country and we will determine the outcome of this election.”
She went on to promote a partnership between ‘@argent x @supermajority’ in a fundraising effort ‘to celebrate our ambition and our awesome civic power loudly and proudly’.