Even a busy celebrity schedule won't keep Hollywood stars away from voting November 8th.
In the new YouTube campaign #VoteYourFuture that launched Tuesday, nearly 100 celebrities are sharing their own short videos of what they care about and why they will be voting in this year's presidential election. While what they feel passionate about varies from celeb to celeb, the one thing they all have in common is that they will indeed be ready to vote at the polls come Election Day.
Some of the star contributors include Emma Stone, Anne Hathaway, Leonardo DiCaprio, Alexa Losey, Josh Hutcherson, Kathy Griffin, Julia Roberts, David Schwimmer, Samuel L. Jackson, and so many more. Even Kendall Jenner is in on the action, encouraging the millennial generation to get out and make their voices heard in this especially-crazy election season.
The brains behind the project include celebrity filmmakers Alejandro G. Iñarritu from Birdman, David O. Russell from Silver Linings Playbook and Joss Whedon from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Take a look at just a few of our faves:
Emma Stone Believes In Equal Opportunities
Kendall Jenner Knows That Millennial Votes Can Make A Huge Difference
Eva Longoria Cares About Economic Mobility For Women
Kate Hudson Is Voting For A President Who Can Effectively Communicate
Alyssa Milano Is Voting For Equality
Zendaya Reminds Us Of How Far We Have Come
One more friendly reminder for you: DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER TO VOTE. Not registering means not voting, so don't let a two-minute (you can literally time it) questionnaire stand in the way of making a difference and voting for your future.