A-Listers Say "Don't Vote"

By: Hjortur - Published: Oct 2, 2008   Updated: May 30 2011 • References: latimesblogs.latimes & politico
Leonardo DiCaprio made a new video with a few of his fellow celebrity friends, people like Dustin Hoffman, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Aniston, Aston Kutcher, Eva Longoria, Ellen Degeneres, Forrest Whitaker and...did I mention Eva Longoria?

These A-listers take a unique approach to getting out the vote in this election PSA--by telling viewers not to vote. Watch the video to see what I mean.

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