The couple made the short film 'Transmissions from the Future' to support the passage of the For The People Act.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are joining forces for a good cause.
The couple star together for the first time in Transmissions from the Future, a short film in support of the For the People Act's passage.
The dystopian film is set in the year 2055, where the America we know no longer exists because the bill —which intends to expand voting rights by reforming campaign finance laws to reduce the influence of money in politics— has failed. Perry and Bloom play freedom fighters who urge people to "save democracy while you can".
"It started when voter suppression ran wild all over America", Perry says. "The voting rights bills died in the senate, polling places closed. We lost our right to vote."
"This future doesn't have to be", adds Bloom. "You have the power to change it. Save democracy while you can."
The Lords of the Rings actor then gives a nod to their 9-year-old daughter, saying, "Tell Daisy we love her."
Transmissions from the Future, directed by Jake Kasdan —known for the Jumanji franchise and Bad Teacher—, is for the non-partisan pro-democracy organization RepresentUs. Watch the short film above!