5 THINGS THAT MAKE PAUL RUDD CRY

The Ant-Man star spills on the stuff that brings him to tears

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MY BEAU­TI­FUL STUT­TER

At his All-Star Bowl­ing Ben­e­fit for the Stut­ter­ing As­so­ci­a­tion for the Young on Nov. 5, Paul Rudd told

Us the doc­u­men­tary he pro­duced about the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s sum­mer camp had him bawl­ing on a plane: “I was a mess. It was gross.”

IN­VIN­CI­BLE

Some­thing about Mark

Wahlberg’s 2006 turn as a late-bloom­ing wide re­ceiver for the Philadel­phia Ea­gles turned on the wa­ter­works for the Ant-Man and

the Wasp star. “That one kind of messed me up,” he re­calls.

KATE & LEOPOLD

He ad­mits to get­ting choked up at

Meg Ryan and Hugh Jack­man’s

2001 ro­man­tic com­edy mid­flight. “I re­ally did,” he tells Us. “I don’t say that proudly... I’ve got to be­lieve there was some­thing in the [air­plane] pres­sur­iza­tion.”

WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGH­BOR?

Shed­ding a tear at the Mis­ter Rogers doc­u­men­tary is more un­der­stand­able: “I was a pud­dle, and I say that proudly,” says Paul, 49. “Oh my God, it was awe­some, and he was the real deal in ev­ery sense of the word. What an in­cred­i­ble man."

UN­DER­COVER BOSS

“I see things on TV like Un­der­cover Boss and they knock me to the ground,” says the fa­ther of 12-year-old Jack and 8-year-old Darby (with wife Julie Yaeger).

“My kids make fun of me. ‘Oh, Dad’s cry­ing again.’”

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