The cast of the hit Avengers film franchise are set to assemble once more in the name of a virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden. 

Taking place on Tuesday, October 20th, the fundraiser will see Avengers actors Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle and Zoe Saldana reunite in order to raise money for the Joe Biden Victory Fund.

As reported by NME, the team of A-List actors will also be joined by the directors of Avengers: Infinity War, Anthony and Joe Russo, as well as Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris.

In exchange for a donation to the fund, fans will be able to “virtually” sit in on a Q&A amongst the star-studded lineup, as well as a game of trivia.

Chris Evans, Zoe Saldana and Don Cheadle have all recently been vocal regarding the necessity of voting over on their respective Twitter accounts.

On top of that, Mark Ruffalo urged his Instagram followers to “elect champions who will fight for the Green New Deal and push Congress to pass climate action that matches the scale of the problem with the urgency our country’s future demands.”

The reunion may be the closest fans get to new Marvel content for quite a while, as Disney was recently forced to delay the release of Black Widow.

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The film is now set to premiere in May 2021, a year after it was originally supposed to.

On top of that, the upcoming Eternals has had its release pushed back to November 2021, instead of February.

As a result, 2020 marks the first year without a Marvel movie in over a decade.

It’s not just the Marvel franchise that has been affected, however, as other Disney films including West Side Story and The King’s Man have also faced release delays.

Check out the trailer for Black Widow:

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