MCU stars including Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman and the young Parkland gun control activists talk about their first time (voting) in a hilarious PSA. Via Teen Vogue:
With the 2018 midterm elections fast approaching, celebrities are doing their best to help mobilize people to get out and vote. The latest such effort comes courtesy of March for Our Lives and We Stand United, which enlisted the services of stars like Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, and Zoë Kravitz — as well as Parkland survivors and activists — for a playful and poignant PSA called “My First Time,” as People reported.
“My first time was in the back of a firehouse,” a bemused Zoë says in the video. “My first time with a woman was 2016,” Chris says, an obvious reference to when he voted for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. “It felt good but it ended badly.” Captain America’s IRL avatar was also joined by some of his fellow members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Scarlett Johansson, who admitted to being “nervous.” For his part, Chadwick admitted that he didn’t know “where to put it, where to slide it in.”
The video also features March for Our Lives co-founders and activists David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez, who couldn’t help but get in on all the playful innuendo. “Whether this is your first time voting or your 69th, what matters is that you vote on Nov. 6,” she said. “The truth is we have the power,” Gonzalez added. “Our generation is the largest group of voters in this country. We are 70 million strong.”