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Evan Rachel Wood, Kelly Marie Tran and Da’Vine Joy Randolph play a game of Guess Who? #MeToo edition to promote Rise, a national nonprofit for survivors of sexual assault.
In the faux commercial via Funny or Die, the three women try to guess each other’s high-profile sex predator in the board game fashioned after the flip-card Q&A game Guess Who?
The faux commercial goes from somewhat lighthearted to disturbing and sad as the three make guesses based on actual reports about high-profile predators, from Bill Cosby and Bill O’Reilly to Harvey Weinstein and Louis C.K.
Toward the end of the commercial, the women break character and discuss the importance of Rise.
“I wanted to participate in Rise’s PSA to help harness the power of the #MeToo movement into concrete action,” Wood said in a statement. “If you are fired up, angry or feel helpless, join the Rise movement to help protect the rights of sexual assault survivors across the country.”
The Funny or Die PSA is in conjunction with an upcoming hearing on Capitol Hill where Wood, Rise CEO and founder Amanda Nguyen and Rise chief of staff Lauren Libby will testify on behalf of sexual assault survivors across the nation.
“We are thankful for the support of Evan, Kelly, Da’Vine, Tatiana and the Funny Or Die team to build the Rise movement across the country with the goal of passing the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights in every state,” Nguyen, CEO and founder of Rise said in a statement.
Watch the PSA below.
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