Superhero in real life.
Paul Rudd is known not only for his role as Ant-Man in the Marvel superhero franchise and his almost frightening ability to stay old over the years, but also for his charitable work. Rudd once again confirmed his reputation as a “good guy” a few days ago, delighting New Yorkers with his appearance on the streets of Brooklyn. Despite the rain and generally disgusting weather, the actor handed out cookies to those New Yorkers who decided to take part in the early voting.
I’m voting in Brooklyn and Paul Rudd is handing out cookies pic.twitter.com/XH4ikButCL
— Brian Rosenworcel (@Bowl_of_Worcel) October 29, 2020
One fan managed to film a video of Paul handing out cookies to people waiting in line at the Barclays Center to step inside and vote. The video shows that the actor (by the way, wearing a mandatory mask), even while interacting with fans, managed to maintain a safe social distance. In addition, Rudd willingly took pictures with everyone and talked.
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An active supporter of Biden, Paul Rudd is not the first time to take part in near-political actions, publicly demonstrating his support for Trump’s rival. So, last week Rudd reunited with his Avengers: Endgame peers, including Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo, to participate in a virtual fundraiser for “his” candidate’s campaign.
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