Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield and More Recite the Iconic 'R.S.V.P.' Speech From 'Clueless' -- Watch!

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Nearly 22 years ago, Alicia Silverstone's Cher Horowitz delivered a rousing speech about America being a land of acceptance for refugees in the emotionally poignant film Clueless.

Now, her declaration that "it does not say R.S.V.P. on the Statue of Liberty" is being re-purposed by activists to boycott President Donald Trump's divisive travel ban. And W Magazine has called on some star power to recreate the iconic speech.

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star Adam Driver, Hacksaw Ridge's Andrew Garfield, Manchester by the Sea star Lucas Hedges and future young Han Solo Alden Ehrenreich came together to recreate the beloved scene -- although admittedly not from memory.

While they weren't off-book, the young stars brought passion and a number of different interpretations to the timeless oration. However, no one got into character as a teenage valley girl nearly as enthusiastically as Garfield.

For a comparison, here's the stirring original speech from the iconic 1995 comedy.

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