AceShowbiz - Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron are among the many A-list celebrities reminding Americans to vote. Less than a week before Super Tuesday that falls on March 3, W Magazine released a new black-and-white PSA which features the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor, the "Bombshell" star and a slew of famous faces urging others to register to vote.
Sounding off a "I vote because I believe in change" slogan, the Wednesday, February 26 clip also sees "Little Women" actress Laura Dern, model Jodie Turner-Smith, "Crazy Rich Asians" actress Awkwafina, "The Lighthouse" actor Willem Dafoe, "War of the Worlds" actress Dakota Fanning and "Fosse/Verdon" actress Margaret Qualley voicing the stance.
At one point in the PSA, "50 First Dates" actor Adam Sandler states, "I vote. We all should vote." Others, including Chris Evans, Antonio Banderas, Cynthia Erivo, Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever and Olivia Wilde, remind people to "register to vote and be heard." Before invitation to visit www.vote.gov appeared, "Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf says, "Go vote!"
Super Tuesday is the election day early in a United States presidential primary season. Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia will give voters a chance to cast their ballots for nominating candidates for the presidential elections.
Many A-listers have also been vocal about which candidates they are voting for. In November 2019, Ariana Grande endorsed Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. Turning to her Instagram account to share a photo of her with the senator, she declared, "MY GUY." She added, "@headcountorg and i are doing our best to make you proud. we've already registered 20k+ young voters at my shows alone."
John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen, on the other hand, have announced that they will be voting for Elizabeth Warren. Michael Douglas endorsed former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, while Donald Glover, Dave Chappelle and filmmaker James Gunn supported tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who has suspended his presidential campaign. In the contrary, Kevin Costner backed Pete Buttigieg.