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'Friday The 13th' Villain Jason Voorhees Shows Fans Importance Of Wearing A Mask

Sarah Kester 30 Jun 2020

Jason Voorhees AKA the villain from Friday the 13th has changed his tune.

Instead of trying to end lives, he's trying to save them.

The villain is featured in an important New York PSA about the importance of wearing a face mask to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

You can watch the hilarious (but effective) clip below!

Since the coronavirus pandemic started, many celebs have been encouraging people to wear facemasks.

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This includes everyone from Ariana Grande to Gwyneth Paltrow to Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The CDC states that face coverings can help slow the spread of the virus.

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Kim Kardashian was one of the first celebs to promote wearing a mask.

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She wore hers while traveling on February 2. She also had an emergency preparedness kit with her called Judy.

The celeb has since been photographed in public with her mask on.

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When face masks became mandatory in public in California, Arnold clapped back at the critics.

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"This is 100 percent the right move," the actor tweeted in support of California Governor Gavin Newsom making masks mandatory.

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"This will help us beat this terrible virus. The science is unanimous - if we all wear masks, we slow down the spread and can reopen safely."

He also said that this is "not a political issue."

"Anyone making it a political issue is an absolute moron who can’t read," he wrote.

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Amy Schumer even brought some much-needed lightheartedness to the pandemic.

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The comedian shared this image of herself on Instagram with the hilarious caption: "We've got this."

If this doesn't get people wearing their masks, I don't know what will!

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This next person who's been encouraging people to wear face masks is one we didn't see coming...


It's Jason Voorhees AKA the villain from Friday the 13th!

Instead of trying to end lives as he does in the movies, he's trying to save them!

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To make this possible, the villain teamed up with New York’s Ogilvy Health advertising agency.

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The PSA starring the Friday the 13th killer starts with him saying, “It’s not easy. The mask kind of makes people feel uncomfortable. I wish everyone could see me for who I am.”

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It then shows him just trying to live his life by doing regular things.

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This includes walking down the street, feeding ducks at a park, doing the crossword in the newspaper, riding the subway, and trying to pet a cute doggo.

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Sadly, since he's, you know, Jason, people constantly run away from him.

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"I’m just trying to fit in,” he says in the voiceover.

"I know … the whole chainsaw thing … I get it."

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"But behind the mask, I’m just a regular guy.”

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The clip then shows a little girl come up to Jason, wearing a mask. She hands him a mask to put over his creepy mask.

They then both nod at approval from each other at a safe six-feet apart distance.

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The clip ends with the text "wearing a mask can be scary."

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This was followed by the message: "Not wearing once can be deadly. Wear a mask, New York."

The organization had other important things regarding masks in their caption.

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"Wearing a mask has proven to be an easy and important way to stem the spread of the #coronavirus," they wrote.

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"Yet many New Yorkers still aren't doing it. This is especially true of younger people who may feel invincible to #Covid19."

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They continued:


"How can we get them to pay attention to this life-saving message? Tap into pop culture and entertain them. Don't preach. Don't fear-monger. Do the opposite. Make them smile, engage and share with their peers."

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The important PSA has been a hit so far with viewers.

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It's also caused important messages like these to arise:

"How bad are you going to feel , you young folks bringing the virus home to your mom and dad, gram and gramp? Think, think, THINK, this is NO game!!! Do it for them!"

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You can watch the brilliant clip below:

Did you like the video? Also, which villain would you like to see them feature in the same style of PSA?

Let us know below in the comments!

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