Game night has never been more terrifying.

In a Funny or Die PSA to highlight the #MeToo movement, Westworld‘s Evan Rachel Wood and Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘s Kelly Marie Tran sit down for a glass of wine and round of the mystery face game Guess Who? with an added twist. Rather than the usual Guess Who? suspects, the faces on the flip boards are all people who have faced allegations of sexual misconduct.

In the clip, Wood and Tran ask each other questions to try and narrow down the options, such as, "Did he include a recipe in his apology?" and "Did he prey on men?" before Tony-nominated actress Da'Vine Joy Randolph stops in to inform the players of a new deck of mystery cards that's updated every 10 hours with more faces. Kevin Spacey, Matt Lauer, Louis C.K., and Harvey Weinstein are just some of the faces featured. Meanwhile, music plays in the background with lyrics reminding us that "if things don't change, they could get you too."

The tone then becomes much more serious as Wood points out that "sexual assault is not a game" and Randolph asks us to put our money into something that matters by joining Rise, a national nonprofit that aims to codify the civil rights of survivors of sexual assault.

"I wanted to participate in Rise's PSA to help harness the power of the #MeToo movement into concrete action," Wood said in a statement. "If you are fired up, angry or feel helpless, join the Rise movement to help protect the rights of sexual assault survivors across the country."

Visit now to help the movement and watch the PSA above.

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