Mark Ruffalo, Chloe Bennet and a cast of local heroes star in this film celebrating the 40 Million Reasons to drive an Electric Vehicle. Whether it’s to SMASH air pollution, fight climate change, accelerate like the wind or just avoid gas stations forever, everyone has a great reason to go electric.
And with more than 60 models now available, including minivans, SUVs, sports cars and more; 2021 is going to be a turning point for electric vehicles. You can compare them all and find the one that’s right for you at electricforall.org — powered by Veloz.
After radio silence for over three weeks after Chloe got Covid she is at last back with a update for us and doing a lot better. As well as the update she yesterday she On co-hosting the AAPI Inaugural Ball with RUN AAPI and IMPACT. You can watch the video below.
comicbook – Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet is battling COVID-19. The Marvel actress talked about her experience with coronavirus on her Instagram stories. Bennet is hoping that her story can bring awareness to fans and everyone out there about how severe this virus is. She stresses that she has been super careful. Listing her mask usage, social distancing, and other precautions. But, she still got infected and other members of her family tested positive as well. 2020 is headed for its season finale, but the coronavirus pandemic is still a large issue in the United States. Bennet is asking people to make sure they run across the finish line when 2021 opens up. There aren’t very many people in the world who haven’t been affected by the pandemic, and hopefully, 2021 can be a little bit better for everyone in that regard. Check out what she had to say below:
“Hey haven’t been on here for a little, wanted to give an update… On Christmas morning I woke up with a high fever, and unable to breathe. I got tested, and I’m positive for COVID-19 … it’s been a rough week to say the least. Multiple members of my family are also infected, we’ve all been battling it out together. We’re still not in the clear, but as of now we’re doing…okay.”
“I’m sharing this because I want to iterate to anyone who still may not be taking covid seriously, please please please f****** do. Copied sucks. It just really sucks,” she continued. “I pride myself on staying healthy, I always wore a mask, social distanced, and took all the necessary precautions and I still got VERY sick. And I’m one of the lucky ones. I repeat! I’m young, healthy, and diligent about my health and this virus still knocked me the **** down and continues to do so. Even trying to just write this out is proving to be exhausting.”
“So I guess I’m on here just trying to remind anyone whose reading this, that yes 2020 is coming to an end, but this pandemic is still raging on, and if you can don’t let up. Stay distant, stay safe, wear a mask,” Bennet added. “On that note, I love you guys, stay healthy, and happy (almost) new year. X CB. P.S. **** you 2020, I can’t wait to not be in you.”
On 20th October Chloe’s other movie that she filmed in 2018 5 Years Apart was released to the world on Blu-Ray and DVD and I got my copy of the blu-ray from Amazon US. Chloe plays the role of Emma who is the sister to Chloe’s long team best friend Ally Maki who plays Olivia and who’s husband Andrew is having a birthday party that is gate crashed by his younger brother Sammy who he has not seen in 5 years and from there Emma and Summy meet and all hell go’s on. The movie takes place over 2 nights and days and is just set it 3 main places but it was a good watch and nice to see Chloe working with Ally at last and taking on more adult parts. Full 1080p screen captures are up in the gallery for you all to see and just to note this is a adult movie so some parts are a little bit more mature to look at.
Only a week after the last set of candids came out Chloe and Gregg were back having lunch at Erewhon in Los Angeles on 18th November, This time there was only a couple of photos from the day but they have been added into the galley for you all.
Hey look people a main site update yay. Chloe was seen out and about on 12th November at having lunch with Gregg Sulkin at Erewhon in Los Angeles. It was the first time Chloe had been seen out for a long time and it was nice to see her. HQ photos from the day are up in the gallery.
Chloe’s other movie she did last year 5 Years Apart that has been available on streaming before and is now officially released on Blu-Ray and DVD yay. I have my copy on order but it says can take 2-3 weeks to ship but I will have the screen caps for you all as soon as I get it. You can get the Bly-ray Here for $14.99 and on DVD Here for $18.27 (don’t no why its more expensive)
At long last I have moved on to making a start on redoing all our past Agents Of Shield season two MQ screen captures with new 1080p Blu-Ray ones. I have done the first 10 episodes and they are 2×01 – Shadows, 2×02 – Heavy is the Head, 2×03 – Making Friends and Influencing People, 2×04 – I Will Face My Enemy, 2×05 – A Hen in the Wolf House, 2×06 – A Fractured House, 2×07 – The Writing on the Wall, 2×08 – The Things We Bury, 2×09 – …Ye Who Enter Here and 2×10 – What They Become and this marks the end of Agent Skye in the show and the start of becoming Daisy/Quake that the next lot of episodes deal with. You can check them all out in our gallery now and right now I am ripping the next lot of episodes so they should be up very soon as well.
popsugar – With just a week until Election Day, early polling data shows that young people are voting at higher rates than they did during either of the last two elections, and are likely on track for a record-breaking turnout in 2020. But among these young voters, there’s one particular group that has a unique potential to effect change: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. AAPI make up the fastest growing voting bloc in the US, with more than 11 million people eligible to vote this year, yet historically, they are also among the least politically active.
RUN AAPI, a nonprofit committed to empowering Asian Americans in both the political and cultural space, recently launched #TheNew, a campaign to mobilize and excite young AAPI voters, and it has been working to change the community’s historically low turnout. Led by Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Chloe Bennet — as well as Obama White House alums Brad Jenkins and Cate Park, Phenomenal CEO Meena Harris, and political campaign strategist Linh Nguyen — the organisation has focussed its efforts on battleground states like Georgia and Texas, where eligible Asian American voters have doubled since 2012.
Bennet, who’s spent the past few weeks phone banking and hosting town halls with grassroots organisers in the swing states, chatted with POPSUGAR about “harnessing the cultural power” of AAPI to show up at the polls, and why it’s more important than ever for Asian Americans to vote.
“When you’re not represented in culture and in politics, you’re told that . . . you are not important, so then voting feels irrelevant,” Bennet said. Her sentiment speaks to recent findings from the first-ever political opinion poll focussed solely on young Asian Americans, which was conducted by RUN in partnership with the National AAPI Power Fund and the National Education Association. The poll revealed that for many young AAPI, the key barrier to voting was lack of motivation, including factors like not favouring any candidate or general indifference to politics.
Bennet attributes this apathy to the underrepresentation of AAPI in government, and the fact that politicians rarely dedicate resources to target Asian American voters. For instance, the poll revealed only two in five Asian Americans had been contacted by parties and community organisations to encourage them to register to vote, or to offer voting information. And while Kamala Harris’s historic nomination certainly has influenced AAPI, particularly Indian Americans, to feel connected to politics, there is much more to be done to inspire them to vote. Bennet added, “We’re not taken seriously as a cultural force and a political force . . . the biggest thing for us is really motivating AAPI youth to see themselves and to care about these issues because they do affect them.”
According to RUN’s survey, which polled 800 AAPI citizens aged 18 to 34, the most important issue for voters currently is concern surrounding the coronavirus, including both containing the virus and anti-Asian discrimination related to COVID-19. One in three of those polled also reported being accused of spreading coronavirus. While the interviews did show that young AAPI voters strongly support progressive movements across the board, like the Black Lives Matter movement and the Green New Deal, they also disclosed that, when the survey was commissioned in September, one in three eligible AAPI voters did not plan on registering to vote.
Though many AAPI youth might feel confused by or excluded from politics, Bennet says she’s “just as intimidated and overwhelmed with politics as anyone else,” yet she feels responsible for retaining the knowledge and sharing her access with her community. “What I really want to do with RUN is make sure that we are able to break down these otherwise maybe confusing topics or issues or policies, especially the ones that affect the AAPI community, and turn it into really digestible content so that people can begin to understand, and understand why it affects them,” she said. But it’s not just about the Asian American community: “The more we can come together as a community, the more we can be there for our African American brothers and sisters, for our Latinx brothers and sisters.”
The Asian American electorate is growing and has the ability to influence key races across the US, so know that your vote matters. While voter registration deadlines may have passed in a majority of states, several states do offer in-person registration during early voting and on Election Day. Learn more about #TheNew and find out how to make sure your ballot is counted, whether you vote by mail or in person.