To ensure everyone votes wisely next Tuesday, James Franco has returned with a second endorsement video in honor of Hillary Clinton's historic campaign. Keeping with the theme of last week's 30-second Franco PSA, the latest message to voters again parodies Dos Equis' classic "Most Interesting Man in the World" ad series with one small update: an admirable dedication to shirtlessness.

"[Clinton] didn't just bring Iran to the table, she whittled the table from a single piece of oak," Franco says in the new clip, part of the Women Vote project. "Her laugh is in the Smithsonian. Yoda was her apprentice. She is the Most Interesting Woman in the World." The clip also features footage of Clinton taking her message across the country, including a nice shot of presumed Democrat and Star Wars icon Yoda.

Speaking to an audience at the Deauville Film Festival following a screening of his film In Dubious Battle in September, Franco said a Trump presidency was something to be feared. "I read the news every day and I feel like there are so many [unjust] things," Franco said, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "The issue that my movie addresses is rights for the working class and it's still a very important story to tell. A lot of jobs in America are being sent overseas and the workplace is changing. I think it's something that should be addressed, I don't want a situation where a small minority of the country is living in these walled off palaces and the rest of the country is in poverty."

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