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James Franco Endorses Hillary Clinton Again in Dos Equis Ad Parody — Watch

He doesn't always endorse candidates, but when he does, they’re extraordinary.

James Franco


Last week James Franco spread the word on who he was endorsing in the upcoming election with a 30-second ad. Now the actor and filmmaker is back – and this time shirtless – to once again tell us to “vote wisely my friends.”

With a week left until Election Day, Franco took to social media to tell us that he doesn’t usually endorse candidate, but when he does, “they’re extraordinary.” Once again spoofing the famous Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World” campaign, he gives viewers more reasons why Hillary Clinton is his top pick.

“She didn’t just bring Iran to the table, she whittled the table with a single piece of oak,” he say stepping out of the shower. As old clips and photos of Clinton appear on screen, Franco then shares that the Democratic nominee laughed her way throughout the Smithsonian and that Yoda was her apprentice, before wrapping a towel around his waist.

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The video was launched by EMILY’s List WOMEN VOTE!, Priorities USA, and Schlep Laps in support of Clinton. Last month Franco said in a statement that it’s not a stretch to call Hillary the “most interesting woman in the world,” adding “I am excited to work with an amazing team to create and distribute this unconventional endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president… I got involved in this project because I wanted more people, particularly younger people, to get to know an extraordinary woman who has, through a lifetime a work, earned our trust and support.”

Check out the video below.


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