Robert Downey Jr and Scarlett Johansson
Robert Downey Jr and Scarlett JohanssonFacebook/ Robert Downey Jr, Reuters

It is not every day that A-listers, comedians and almost the whole Avengers cast come together for a video. But Joss Whedon, the director of the Avengers' movie, brought famous actors like Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Julian Moore, and many other actors together to prove a point — don't vote for Donald Trump.

In the video, the actors insinuate that a "shit ton of famous people" come together for big issues like ecological damage or in this case, when a "racist, abusive, coward who can permanently damage the fabric of our society" is running for president.

"There is almost nobody that I wouldn't approach to say, 'If you can pitch in, do it now.' It was pretty much the same spiel to everybody: 'Doing a voting PSA to help get out the vote and stop orange Muppet Hitler,'" Whedon told Buzzfeed. 

The video features some famous comedians like Neil Patrick Harris, Taran Killam, and other TV actors like Nathan Filion. They tell Americans to vote on November 8 for their society, because every vote matters.

The anti-Trump Ad urges people to vote against a man whose favourite word is "fired," referring to Trump's stint at reality TV show, 'The Apprentice'. 

The Ad is an announcement for the launch of, a Political Action Committee, which would pool money from subscribers to donate against Donald Trump. Whedon also promises Americans a full view of actor Mark Ruffalo if Trump doesn't become president.