Paul Rudd One on One

We caught up with the one and only Paul Rudd at an event for SAY -- the Stuttering Association for the Young, and the Ant-Man star was quite vocal about his commitment to the organization's cause.

“To see the effect that SAY has on their lives, and to also meet other kids who are new to it and are making friends and feeling confident — it’s just the coolest thing to be around.”

Rudd discovered the organization a decade ago when he was cast in a play as a character who stutters.

At the time, he did not know much about the condition, but his research led him to SAY. From there, here met some of the kids and began to empathize with what they go through.

Avengers 4

Of course, we can't corner Ant-Man without grilling him for spoilers on Avengers 4, the hotly anticipated follow-up to Infinity War. Will he and the other Avengers take Thanos down?

“I wish I could answer the question. I don’t even know the answers to these questions I get asked.” 

Netflix and TV

With a new Netflix project on the horizon, we had to ask Rudd, a veteran film star, what draws big name actors to the small and streaming screens.

“It’s material. There is such good stuff being made. Honestly, it’s great writing and really interesting stories.”
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