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Samuel L. Jackson called his “Avengers” co-stars to help him convince Brazilians to vote for Lula this October 30, 2022.
INTERNATIONAL – American superheroes are also interested inBrazilian presidential election. Hollywood stars who play the “Avengers”in the franchise Marvelspoke on social media on Friday to call on Brazilians to go to the polls this Sunday, October 30.
“Hunger in Brazil is not fiction, but it can end. Listen to our brothers, vote next Sunday”tweeted the actor Samuel L.Jacksonwho embodies the character of “Nick Fury” in Marvel movies.
Definitivamente @PauloVieiraReal, a fome no Brasil não é ficção, mas *pode* acabar. Ouçam nossos irmãos, votem no p…
— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson)
The American actor was responding to a tweet from Brazilian comedian Fabio Porchat, who asked the Avengers to” assistance “ in the race for the Planalto presidential palace.
Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Wong respond
On Sunday, Brazil will have to choose between former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, 77, the poll leader and winner of the first round, and current president, conservative Jair Bolsonaro, who faces widespread criticism internationally for having supported the exploitation of minerals and timber in Amazon.
“The bad guys here are empty shopping bags, guns arriving in schools, lack of medicine in pharmacies… It’s superhero work. Does anyone hear me? » wrote the comedian, who declared his vote for Lula.
” Reporting ! », replied Samuel L. Jackson in Portuguese followed by the hashtag #allheroesnewearpasdecape, calling on his comrades ‘Avengers’ to join him. Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Wong quickly answered the call.
“We are with you in this mission”replied in Portuguese Chris Hemsworth on Twitter to Juliette, a Brazilian celebrity. “Brazilian Avengers, this Sunday you are all worthy of voting, something more powerful than any hammer”added the Thor actor, who shared several tweets from anonymous people who took up the superhero hashtag.
Estamos com você nesta missão. @Juliet! Vingadores brasileiros, neste domingo todos vocês são worthy of exercising s…
— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth)
Mark Ruffalo calls again to vote Lula
“By having access to quality education, every child can invent a better future. Don’t wait for this. Vote for it »also tweeted the actor of Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr, also in Portuguese, in interaction with the famous Brazilian television personality, Luciano Huck.
Exatamente, @LucianoHuck. Com a cesso a uma educação de qualidade, toda criança pode inventar seu melhor futuro. NOT…
—Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr)
“We are united against oppression! » added Benedict Wong, the British actor who brings Wong to life. “Real science makes us stronger, as Bruce Banner proves”wrote Mark Ruffalo, in reference to his Marvel character.
“Please vote on Sunday for brave and open minds and for strong and healthy families”, added Ruffalo. In the first round, the latter had already called to vote for Lula, a message that backfired. The actor then promised to dance to the hit of Brazilian singer Anitta “Envelop”, but to poke fun, Jair Bolsonaro responded with a video of himself shirtless, waddling to the song. The video has been viewed over a million times on Twitter.
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