5 THINGS THAT MAKE PAUL RUDD CRY
The Ant-Man star spills on the stuff that brings him to tears
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.”
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."
“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.’”